For around two years now, PageLines has had a bustling community of developers behind the scenes. Many people in the community have created serious income using PageLines and we’re proud of what the community has done for its members.
What is the 300?
The 300 is a group of developers, designers and entrepreneurs that use PageLines in some fashion and work together for mutual improvement. We discuss PageLines, web design/development, techniques and best practices, and a host of other topics like business, politics, economics and pizza.
To get the full experience, you’ll need to try it and create your own opinion.
Be one of the 300 (Ω)
In the past, we’ve required new community members to apply and go through a bunch of formalities, but now, we’re changing the system.
As of today we’re opening up enrollment into our group and community based on a simple form. We’ll be giving people access on a “first come, first serve” basis, until the 300 member limit is reached. When the room is full, we’ll be removing people weekly to make way for new members based on two simple guidelines:
- You comply with PageLines’ Core Values (karma, etc…)
The 300 isn’t a support channel, it’s a way for people to help one another; and to be part of something.
- You are active in chat and come to weekly meetings (at least some of them)
We are looking for active, constructive members of the community. If you aren’t active you’ll be removed to make way for new members.
Get on the list
Like we mentioned above, we’ll be adding people on a first come, first serve basis. After that, you’ll end up in a queue and people will be added as others are removed.
So if you’re interested, and can comply with the above guidelines, please do apply to be in the group and we’ll add you straight away.