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Find all .DS_Store files under the directory /Users/jsmith/www

sudo find /Users/jsmith/www -name .DS_Store -depth

And remove them as well.

sudo find /Users/jsmith/www -name .DS_Store -depth -exec rm {} \;

Add the command to crontab so it does it at 10:15am and 3:15pm every day.

# Enter the command and your password when prompted.
sudo crontab -e

# The command should have opened an editor of your choice.
# If an editor is not assigned, you can temporarily assign nano editor.
export EDITOR=nano

# In the editor, enter this line, save it and exit.
15 10,15 * * * root find /Users/jsmith/www -name .DS_Store -depth -exec rm {} \;

I could have removed all .DS_Store files in the system, but doing it with a directory that contains web sites, which can be copied over the network, was good enough for me. Version control softwares usually make exceptions for .DS_Store file by default, so no worry on unwillingly putting them in the code repositories, but it would not hurt to clean them up locally too.