chris.messina at gmail.com
Wed Aug 30 08:33:34 PDT 2006
I was going to suggest the same thing, so it's good to see this work
My post is a bit dramatic, but what's important about the current
research on this is that it could be used by either applicant *or* job
Just as I can post my own hResume, being able to post jobs
descriptions that I think I'd be good at is an equally important
design goal for this mF. I also think that it's design, perhaps a
slight break with convention, should creatively tackle the issue of
helping folks get work that they love to do.
That's the beauty of distribution and decentralization. You no longer
have to fit into someone else's job description, you can write one for
the work that you want to do!
On 8/30/06, Scott Reynen <scott at randomchaos.com> wrote:
> On Aug 30, 2006, at 8:21 AM, Don Park wrote:
> > Given recent moves in the job listing by bloggers, I think 'hJob' and
> > syndication of job data might be a nice near-term topic for
> > discussion.
> > Thoughts? Links to alternate proposals?
> I started working on this when I first joined this list, but I didn't
> really know what I was doing and no one else seemed very interested,
> so I didn't get very far. I think there are probably sufficient
> examples collected, but if you think there should be more, add them.
> The next step seems to be determining the implied schema by looking
> at which properties meet the 80% threshold.
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