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[Discuss] FSF Job Opportunity: Senior GNU/Linux Systems Administrator [Boston]

A heads up, FSF is looking for an admin in Boston.

This position, reporting to the executive director and working closely with
the president, is an opportunity to make key contributions to the
organization that started the GNU Project, launched the free software
movement, and authored the GNU General Public License. The position is part
of a technical team including a counterpart Senior Systems Administrator, a
Web Developer, and many volunteers, tasked with maintaining and improving
the FSF's technology infrastructure.

The ideal candidate will be a well-rounded GNU/Linux systems administrator
who thrives on constant broad-based learning and problem-solving. They will
also be familiar with the free software community and how it works; the
position includes frequent contact and collaboration with volunteers and
many GNU developers. Together, the Senior Systems Administrators have a
great deal of influence over technology decisions within the FSF, and do
crucial work empowering thousands of others to develop free software.

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