[clug] Re: Linux Systems Administrator Canberra

Robert Edwards bob at cs.anu.edu.au
Tue Feb 13 22:38:36 GMT 2007

So, curious about this as you guys are the "top" IT guys in the
country - is this way of organising a website a "Good Idea"
(requiring a visit to the top level first in order to get a cookie
that is required on lower-down pages)? I haven't seen that used
before. Seems to me that people can only ever visit your site from
the top... or is it only set up this way for these jobs pages?


Bob Edwards.

Darren Williams wrote:
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> My bad, you cannot browse directly to the URL since the site requires
> a cookie that is loaded in the top level page.
> Browse to:
> http://nicta.nga.net.au/
> Then follow the links:
>   General Vacancies
>     Platform Services Administrator
> Apologies for the initial post
> Darren
> Darren Williams wrote:
>> Hi All
>> Currently the National ICT Australia are accepting applications for
>>  a Systems Administrator to look after their server and client
>> platforms. For more details see:
>> http://nicta.nga.net.au/fnt_info_page.cfm?JobID=364&info_mode=new_app&MemberID=0
>> Thanks Darren
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