[OSGeo-Discuss] Job offers for OSGeo experts

Josh Fox josh at fiveyearitch.com
Mon Jun 24 13:37:13 PDT 2013

Mateusz, thanks, those are valuable.

The  widget seen at juce.com/ecosystem presents developers, anonymously.
Employers who search with it see the developers' minimum requirements for
an offer.

So, it's focused on full-time employees, rather than service providers or

The question is whether developers who hang out at OSGeo would like to get
offers for new jobs which meet their requirements, even when they are not
actively looking.



On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 1:15 PM, Mateusz Loskot <mateusz at loskot.net> wrote:

> Josh,
> there is Jobs mailing list at http://lists.osgeo.org, so that's one place
> to go. Second is the directory of service providers available from  the
> osgeo.org.
> Mateusz  Loskot
> (Sent from mobile, apology for top-posting and broken quotes)
>  On 23 Jun 2013 10:45, "Josh Fox" <josh at fiveyearitch.com> wrote:
>>   Mateusz suggested asking a question about strengthening OSGeo on the
>> Discussion forum.
>> Is there an easy way for employers to find developers with expertise in
>> OSGeo?
>> I'd like to offer a web-widget from FiveYearItch.com<http://fiveyearitch.com/> which
>> does this for open-source projects, as in the JUCE open-source project's ecosystem
>> page <http://juce.com/ecosystem>.
>> The goal is to help developers step up to new jobs with their OSGeo and
>> related GIS skills.
>> Does this make sense? Do you think that this would help  show the
>> strength of the OSGeo ecosystem?
>> Regards,
>> Josh
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