Good point from Augustine Fou:

"The $7.2 billion in fraud reported by ANA/White Ops in 2016 needs to be divided by right denominator. It is not 11% fraud -- from $7.2 billion divided by $70 billion or so in digital ad spending last year (extrapolated from PricewaterhouseCoopers/IAB's first-half report)....The $7.2 billion should be divided by $12 billion (display ads outside of Facebook and Google properties), which means 60% fraud."

We're hiring at . Looking for an open-source generalist with an interest in making open source more rewarding for developers and making cooperative projects work better.

(Bonus points for *not* being willing to move to San Francisco, because I'm in that bubble already.)

Please re-toot (is that a word?) or pass on to other forums where this kind of job post would be on-topic.

Generalistic and moderated instance.