Jobs subforum?

(Mark Walkom) #1

We allowed the occasional non-recruiter post on the old lists and it seems like people are still interested in the same thing.

Should we dedicate an area to this?

(Ed) #2

It would be nice, but I am happy where I am at so it would only be a cherry picking exercise for me


Let's do it please! No recruiters.

(Leslie Hawthorn) #4

Very supportive of this but we need to write up clear guidelines on what is acceptable and not acceptable in this to be created category.

I don't have time to work on this right now but can address later this week.

Mark, would you be interested in crafting a draft now? It can totally wait, I just don't know how eager you are to make this move. :smile:

(Jurgens Du Toit) #5

I'd definitely like to see something like this happen!

(Mark Walkom) #6

Sure thing.

(Leslie Hawthorn) #7

You rock, Mark. Thank you!

(Norbert) #9

Looks like nobody created a job sub forum....
Anyway I am looking for a Elastic Search specialist with some PHP Skills for a role in London.

If anyone of you guys is interested please PM to me

(mos) #10

+1 for a Jobs subforum
(Anything new since Jun'15 where the thread started?)

We have one very interesting Elasticsearch project in Germany.
It's a replacement of an old Host bases searched system with 600 Mio. documents into a Elasticsearch cluster.

If anyone is interested please PM to me or even better submit you into with the Elasticsearch keywords.

Thanks and Happy New Year!

(system) #11