[email@example.com: Ideal Position for a Debian Developer open in Boston]
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From: Joe Kislo <email@example.com>
Subject: Ideal Position for a Debian Developer open in Boston
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 19:47:46 -0400
I hope this isn't considered spam to this list, but I am trying to hire
a System/Network administrator. The previous person in this role was a
debian developer, and was able to very effectively work on debian
projects and return to the community while on the job.
Our datacenter operations is all linux running Debian and Ubuntu, with
the last of our redhat servers dying a quiet death shortly. We are a
strong supporter (as a company) of open source, and routinely return
patches for improvements/fixes back to the community.
If anybody knows of (or anybody on this list is) somebody who would be
interested, please don't hesitate to contact me. The person does likely
need to be located in the Boston area though.
Here are the details of the position:
Although we don't have any recruiting bonuses or rewards here, I am able
to post up a $500 donation to an open source project (assuming it's
legit) if I hire a fulltime person either directly from, or are referred
to somebody from the posting on this list. I'll let the person who
refers me make the decision as to what open source project we will
donate to. If there's any question about if the requested project is
"legit", we'll make the donation to the FSF.
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