ggravier at fsfe.org
Sun Jan 31 12:35:19 UTC 2010
On 30/01/2010 15:14, Johnneylee Rollins wrote:
>> If you can afford to go looking for a new job every time you disagree
>> with your employer's IT Usage Policy, then, "compliance" may not be a
>> requirement, FOR YOU, but you are much luckier than I am, at this point.
>> And probably much luckier than most employees that I know of.
> Giles, I agree, but he was hopping in on a dead topic just to stir
> things up and troll a bit.
> It might be professional in a business world, where you need to have
> all those things out there all the time.
> However this is a open source community, where having a Phd in
> electro-whatever doesn't mean crap.
> You're here for help or to help, I'm not interested in your resume-in-a-sig.
Which is why I use my FSF Europe e-mail address... and not my employer's
address to contribute to this list. My employer's address would have a
bunch of HTML that would get half of this list going bonkers if I used it.
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