I'd like to create my public CV, but make it visible to only a handful of people (ie: people I send my electronic word CV to, which could include the URL of my SO public CV), making it semi-public.
Would it be possible to add a password to access it? This way I could put the URL, and the passcode to access it when I send my CV; and I could change it if I ever don't want those recruiters to see it anymore.
I guess I could create my CV in something like
http://careers.stackoverflow.com/[myPassCode], but it would be better to have a friendly url and a page that asks for the passcode before rendering it (kinda like the access to the private beta of SO last year)
Edit: Jeff argues that Google won't index it if it's unlinked, but Tom says it could do it anyway (and provides a link to prove it)
I still feel it'd be a nice feature, and 10 other people (at the time of this writing) agrees with me.
Perhaps a new feature request could be to provide an option to export it to html to do what Tom suggests?