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Joining a group

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Q: I would like to join a group, but what are the groups available, what do we have to do, and is it time consuming?

A: The groups currently available are:

The Artists

The people that make sure we always 'look sharp'... Those who are successful in graphic design.

The Reporters

If they didn't write about it, it didn't happen!... People willing to contribute to the news reporting services of Phantis. News covers all areas, from politics to arts, to sports.

The Developers

If we don't have it, they'll make it!... People knowledgable with computer languages and programming. The basic necessities of these services are HTML, PHP, MySQL, and Javascript.

The Evangelists

Spreading the word... Individuals that are willing to assist with making these services known to a broader public. Activities will include recruitment of members from other forums, chat rooms and the likes.

The Surfers

Riding the WWW, finding and listing, for the rest of us, those elusive sites that we've all been looking for. Contribution in this field will help expand the Phantis search engine and directory services resulting in a broader public appeal to the Phantis services in general, including the Phantis Club Forums.

The Sharks

Always looking for the next big deal!... Those individuals familiar with seeking sponsorships and/or collaboration relationships with other relevant WWW services.

The Sportscasters

Who played whom and what happened. All the scores and statistics updates. And of course, your occasional sports trivia.

Once you join a group and become a Level 2 member, you will get access to Group Forums. Within those forums we we be discussing how members can contribute to each group.

Each Group will have their assigned Group Leader, who will be responsible for coordinating individual Group members.

Your contribution in the group that you join is not expected to consume more half (1/2) an hour per month of your personal time (of course if you are eager to volunteer more time - like some members are - you are always welcome!)

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