Talk:Jobs at OLPC

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I propose that you contract at least 10% of workers, beyond 65 years old, and a sizable number of women that show that you are an "EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER" --Dagoflores 00:37, 4 April 2006 (EDT)

I wonder if you will need a lot of volunteers with computer and networking knowledge to help setup the OLPC successfully in the many areas where it will be deployed beginning at the end of 2006. I'm a volunteer to go at any of the OLPC countries to help. I speak english, french, german and danish. [1]


?!? no jobs? aehm? but shouldnt this project be finished as fast as possible, and doesnt this mean the more people are involved the faster it will be finished? so why not involving more people? or does job mean paid jobs? the idea of the olpc is a charity one, isn't it so everybody should work for free. or do you need fultime workers? i am working about 40h/week and having some hobbies - but can imagine to help if its possible to do just several hours from time to time - or answer questions or investigate in a special topic... (one of those genius notebooks would be enough paiment)

The link appears broken. What's the new link? I tried searching for it but keep seeing pointers to the broken link. Sarah Elkins 11:32, 16 November 2008

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