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>[said Hal]
>>
>> dscm wrote:
>>
>> > ...
>> > By the way, Team-Ada is not Jobserve.Com
>> >
>> > Isnt there a more appropriate place to fish for freelancers !!
>>
>> This has come up before, and I believe the consensus has been that wide
>> visibility among Teamers of available Ada jobs is helpful as ammunition
for
>Ada
>> advocacy.   A lot of non-believers say Ada is dead and no new work is
being
>done
>> in Ada, and this helps dispell those untruths.  Having something "in
writing"
>> carries a lot more weight than just saying it.   -hh
>>
>I agree with Hal. I think there is no problem at all with legitimate
>recruiting info being posted to Team-Ada. If we ever get so many of
>these that it becomes bothersome, we can cross that bridge when we
>come to it. (Frankly, that is a problem I'd LOVE to have!)

I do feel, however, that posting job openings without an indication
of location is fairly counter-productive.  Of course that concern
is one where Ada is certainly keeping up with the mainstream :-)

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