Here are my thoughts:
* None of the footer links work. I cared because I wanted to know what made this site different than the 40 other remote job boards.
* There appear to have been 6 jobs posted ever. This hurts credibility on both ends of the market - I would expect you to scrape other job boards to stuff your content.
* The site kind of seems over-engineered for the number of jobs (e.g. search functionality for the 6 jobs)
* The name doesn't make sense to me - I'll never remember this
* "Momentarily free, enjoy" -> This doesn't seem humble to me. It still costs time to post a job here, and you need to defend that investment.
My advice would be to do things that don't scale. Focus on talking to companies looking for remote developers to get a deeper understanding of their needs and the market.
The social media links do work, however medium is labeled as twitter.
Good start but I think there's a huge space for something way more compelling.
1. Unclear why there are both "Company e-mail" and "Apply Email"
2. Unclear what I'm supposed to put in "Based" if I really do't care. I've put my TZ instead.
3. Main Technology: That's a list of... programming language? Why? I don't care about that, I care about candidates experiences with various business domains (networking, monitoring) and technological environment (TCP/IP, distributed sytems, unix system programming, web technologies...), and that the candidate is already somewhat familiar, or is willing to become familiar, with all of the many languages that are used around here.
4. Is the price going to change? When? How?
You will be fighting it every step of the way.
Startup cost low. Development and maintenance cost high.
There is always more that can be done, but get it out there and keep shipping code.
A couple more tweeks and you should have a MVP.