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open source developer, Oxford, UK

OSS Watch are a government-funded free and open source advisory
service to post-compulsory education in the UK. We're looking to
recruit an open source developer for our team. I imagine that most
debian developers would fit this role. Non-EU developers may want to
get in touch with the team (info@oss-watch.ac.uk) before applying.

The job is within the University of Oxford, physically and

See the "official" text below, or



Are you an established open source software developer?

Have you presented at open source and/or user group events? Have you
had a hand in organizing or running them?

Do you have a track record of writing HowTos, FAQs and/or user
guides? Do you regularly respond to queries on public mailing lists
and/or bulletin boards?

Do you have experience of open source business models? Would you be
able to present teaching materials to academic audiences at conferences?

If your answers are yes and you have a degree or equivalent
experience in computer science with a focus on software engineering,
then please get in touch with us.  We are looking for a Research
Officer to join our team in order to provide advice and guidance on
open source software development methods to projects based in UK
higher and further education.

OSS Watch is the national advisory service on free and open source
software for UK higher and further education. It is situated within
the Research Technologies Service based at Oxford University
Computing Services and funded by the Joint Information Systems
Committee http://www.jisc.ac.uk/. More information about OSS Watch
can be found online at http://www.oss-watch.ac.uk/.

Please obtain further details and an application form from The
Personnel Office, Oxford University Computing Services, 13 Banbury
Road, Oxford OX2 6NN, tel: 01865-283289, e‑mail:
recruitment@oucs.ox.ac.uk  or on-line at http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/jobs/

Completed applications must be received by 12 noon on 17th November
2006. Interviews will be held during week commencing 27th November 2006.

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