[SATLUG] Moving to Rack Space
chrishudson at gmail.com
Fri Feb 11 16:01:46 CST 2011
Which Rackspace location? The one on Datapoint?
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 1:17 PM, Howard Haradon <hharadon at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 10:23 AM, Daniel Givens <daniel at rugmonster.org>
> > I thought the final up/down vote was done a couple of weeks ago on
> Rackspace. There is a guard, but with a pass, there will be no problem
> getting in. Just a piece of paper you have to print out and bring with you.
> There will be a Racker here to sponsor the meeting and there will always be
> a room available. We have a ton of training rooms that are empty after
> normal business hours. I know people have had questions over "difficulties"
> getting in and that has been taken care of. It is a non-issue.
> > Rackspace is looking for Linux operations admins and engineers pretty
> much all the time. Please take a look at http://www.rackertalent.com/ for
> listings. If you apply for a position, feel free to list me or your favorite
> Racker in the place where it asks for who referred you.
> > --
> Yes, I agree that there was a vote a few weeks back, and it
> showed popular support for Rack Space at almost 80%. I also
> agree that the guarded parking is a non-issue and could perhaps
> be seen as a good feature. Steve Kolars, our long-time supporter
> at SAC has indicated that it might be proper for us to make the
> move and that he would in no way be insulted if we left SAC. There
> have been 2-3 Rackers who are willing to act as our sponsor for
> the meetings.
> For the above reasons I am contacting the HR folks at RS to
> see if we can get this ball rolling!
> Down with Win 3.10!
> PS I am echoing this post under a fitting subject so please comment
> about the move over at the new post (Moving to Rack Space).
> Howard Haradon
> San Antonio, TX USA
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