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  1. #1

    Free job offers and requests forum

    Hello,

    This is just a suggestion to moderators of these forums:
    I think a Free job offers and requests forum should be created at WHT.

    All these "Want Job Done for Free" Threads make me sick.

    Maybe decent developers should ask for FREE Services too.
    Yeah, i want a dedicated server with 60 GB HD, 1 GB RAM and 100 GB Bandwidth for FREE too.... yeah, right! Give me a break !

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    People are free to post anything they'd like, though if no one replies that sends the message loud and clear.
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    Chicken

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    I do not think anybody does any job for free.

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    Originally posted by OldOne
    I do not think anybody does any job for free.
    I think you will find there are many people on this forum that will help someone out for free!

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    Chicken,

    Of course people can post whatever they want.
    But if you check your dictionary "Job" means:

    1.A regular activity performed in exchange for payment, especially as one's trade, occupation, or profession.

    2.A position in which one is employed.

    Does it make sense to post Free Requests on a forum people are looking for "Jobs" as in the dictionary (paid)?

    Don't think so.

    Thank you.

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    As you run across these, can you please report them so we can take a look at them and see if there's somewhere else we can move them to, or maybe make a notation in the thread topic at least ( something like [FREE] etc.).
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  7. #7
    Chicken,

    Yes that notation [FREE] would be enough... but i think moderators need to "communicate" that new notation to users...

    It would be very appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    I think you will find there are many people on this forum that will help someone out for free!
    How do you earn? Let me think.....

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