How does one join JetCafe?
Currently JetCafe only offers "Bring your own Net" remote
membership. To become a remote member, there is a $100 initiation fee
and $20 monthly fee for access.
Remote Members of JetCafe receive the following:
- E-mail forwarding and hosting services, including a POP
account (i.e. email@example.com) with a permanent email address.
JetCafe email addresses have been around since 1995.
- Domain Name Service (DNS) for your domain
- A WWW server to host your home pages on with no size quota (limited
only by available disk space), MODPERL, and self-signed SSL.
- Your own virtual domain which may be used to host
pages not associated with JetCafe or to get mail at a
different domain than jetcafe.org.
- A shell account on a JetCafe machine
- Two votes in the JetCafe cooperative which can be used to elect board
members and help determine policy.
To join JetCafe, follow this process:
After reading any of this, if you have any questions, you may e-mail them to
- Read the
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and make sure you understand and agree to both.
- Fill out the
- Send your application and check to:
2460 N. Lake Ave, Suite #131
High bandwith connectivity
Higher bandwidth connections (e.g. ISDN, Wireless) are possible, but
require discussion as to a fair rate of exchange. JetCafe direct
access membership is a shared cost model, which means you pay a
percent of costs based on the bandwidth you use. You also become a
"dialin member" for purposes of voting on issues (5 votes). Ask us for
Co-locating (having your own server machine at the JetCafe studios)
is handled the same as high bandwidth. JetCafe direct access
membership is a shared cost model, which means you pay a percent of
costs based on the bandwidth you use. You also become a "dialin
member" for purposes of voting on issues (5 votes). Ask us for