I was listening to (Lugradio www.lugradio.org in case anyone is interested)
and in a past episode they interviewed an Irish Company which is one of the
leading contributors to OpenOffice... ahh, here is the info from the radio
web site :
Season 3 Episode 11
*Title:* Bingo Wings
*Date:* 13th March 2006
*Show summary:* Jono Bacon, Adam Sweet, Ade Bradshaw, and Matthew Revell
talk about Linux and whatever else comes along, including:
- OpenOffice.org-tastic: We talk to Sean McGrath from
Propylon<http://www.propylon.com/>about being the fourth largest
They might be worth a try???
That reminds me, is anyone going to Lugradio Live ?
On 5/9/06, Stephen Holmes <sholmes at novell.com> wrote:
>> Or apply directly to those companies in Ireland engaged in opensource
>> Jobs aren't always advertised, and some folks recruit if the skills are
> compelling enough. Also, much opensource stuff is done as "virtual
> office work" so you can technically be based anywhere...
>> Best of luck!
>> On Tue, 2006-05-09 at 19:21 +0000, "Michele Neylon :: Blacknight.ie"
> > Nicolas Vigier wrote:
> > > Hello !
> > >
> > > I am currently living in Paris, but Dublin seems like a nice place to
> > > live, so I'm thinking about moving there in the futur (in about 2 or 3
> > > months). So of course I'm looking for an open source job as a
> > > system admin / system developper there.In France we have
>http://www.lolix.org/ which is a website dedicated to
> > > linux and open source jobs, but I don't know of anything like that for
> > > Ireland. Is anyone aware of something like that ? Any advice where I
> > > find something similar ? Maybe that could be an interesting thing to
> do if
> > > it does not exist yet.In case anyone is interested, here is my resume:
> > > http://n0x.org/cv_en.txt> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > >
> > > Nicolas
> > >
> > Nicolas
> > Have you tried any of the Irish job sites?
> > http://www.recruitireland.com> > http://www.irishjobs.ie> >
> > there's loads more, but those are two that come to mind
> > HTH
> > Michele
> > --
> > Mr Michele Neylon
> > Blacknight Solutions
> > Quality Business Hosting & Colocation
> > http://www.blacknight.ie/> > Tel. 1850 927 280
> > Intl. +353 (0) 59 9183072
> > Fax. +353 (0) 59 9164239
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