Re: [OFF-TOPIC] Spam Policy (was: Web Audio jobs?)

My apologies, I was afraid it might be off-topic. Thank you for the


On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 12:18 PM, Doug Schepers <> wrote:

> Hi, folks–
> I'm encouraged by the idea that there might be a "Web Audio API job".
> Let's hope that there are lots of them in the coming months… it will mean
> that we've done our job right!
> But as a gentle (but firm) reminder… this list is for technical
> discussion, not a job board. Posting either job listings or job requests is
> _way_ outside the bounds, and would quickly turn this list into a place
> where we can't do the job of creating the spec.
> The same goes for notices of products, calls for papers or attendance for
> conferences or other events unrelated to the WG, and other off-topic
> matters. These are all dangerously close to spam. If you have a question
> about whether a topic is appropriate for this list, feel free to contact me
> and the chairs at
> In general, we like to rely on social norms to keep W3C's lists on-topic
> and productive, but in some cases that doesn't work, so as a matter of
> policy, future violations of this guideline will result in banning that
> email address from the list.
> Regards-
> -Doug Schepers
> W3C staff contact for the Audio WG
> On 5/26/14 4:06 PM, Matt Diamond wrote:
>> I apologize if this falls outside the appropriate subjects for this
>> mailing list, but I'm currently in the job market and would love to find
>> work involving the Web Audio API (either incorporating it into an
>> existing product or building something entirely new). Does anyone have
>> any advice or suggestions for finding opportunities in this area?
>> Searching "web audio API jobs" on Google hasn't been very fruitful.
>> Thanks,
>> Matt Diamond

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