[pmwiki-users] browsercam group action on fundable.org

Patrick R. Michaud pmichaud at pobox.com
Wed Sep 20 01:43:49 CDT 2006

A week ago I sent a message to the PmWiki mailing lists letting
people know about a BrowserCam group action I'm leading on
fundable.org (original message below).

I just wanted to let people know that if you're at all considering
joining the group, we're now down to four slots left.  I expect 
those four remaining slots to be pledged very soon, so don't
delay much longer if you want to be a part of the group action.
The url is http://www.fundable.org/groupactions/browsercam-2006-09-pm .

See my original message below for more details.



On Wed, Sep 13, 2006 at 04:58:29PM -0500, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> Many of you may have seen me refer to BrowserCam here on the
> mailing list; I've used BrowserCam from time to time to 
> be able to test skins and sites under many different browsers.
> It basically does screen captures of web pages using many
> different browsers so you can quickly see the results of CSS 
> and web pages.
> Normally BrowserCam can be quite expensive for an individual
> subscription -- $60/month.  However, through a special deal with 
> fundable.org, it's possible to get a group account for $500/year 
> that will support up to 20 separate logins.  Thus each person
> ends up paying $25 per year instead of $65 per month.
> My previous BrowserCam account was obtained through a fundable.org
> group action, and I easily got my $25 out of it.  However, the group
> I was with doesn't appear to be renewing, so I've started my
> own fundable.org group action to obtain another one-year 
> subscription to BrowserCam.  The group action url for this is
>    https://www.fundable.org/groupactions/browsercam-2006-09-pm
> Fundable is designed to provide a safe way to allow groups of
> people to pool money to purchase things.  Each person pledges
> a certain amount of money ($25 in this case), but nobody is
> actually charged until the purchase is fully funded.  Thus, if
> the group fails to collect enough money for the purchase,
> nobody is out any money.
> For those who do lots of website or skin design, I've found
> BrowserCam to be a really valuable tool, and this is a relatively
> inexpensive way to get an account, so I invite you to join in!
> Thanks,
> Pm

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