|Subject:||Re: 23.0.60; M-( and M-) should not be bound in ESC map|
|Date:||Sat, 12 Apr 2008 14:24:05 -0700|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 220.127.116.11 (X11/20060808)|
I suspect, then, that it is still a union shop although I wouldn't|
doubt that some of the executives are at a different payscale and
not unionized (e.g., because of their role in fundraising).
Even before it was unionized (back when I was there)
we all got paid scale -- which helped make for a (mostly :-)
David Kastrup wrote:
Thomas Lord <address@hidden> writes:Alan Mackenzie wrote:Er, David, it was a joke.No. The FSF job postings used to explicitly say: "The FSF is a union shop" or "FSF employees are unionized" or words to that effect. But I've asked what happened off-line rather than perpetuate confusion here.I'd be the wrong person to ask, never having been an employee or visitor of the FSF and frankly not too sure about the terminology, either. So if there is something worth asking about (and certainly my comments don't indicate any knowledge of mine about that), you'd better ask Richard or the FSF clerk.
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