Nonprofit web-world up and running.
How will we put projects there?
How will we put projects there?
Explanation of current plans to bring nonprofit orgs into the web-world and let them provide content relevant to their mission. The plan is to let each org build its own site with tools provided by Cybalounge.
Web-world for nonprofits
and public service organizations
- The current plan is that each public service organization will have its own site.
- Sites will be accessed though the Welcome site.
- Welcome site with six visitors is shown above.
- I host a meeting there almost every day at 10 am California time.
- I usually have several visitors.
- Future plan:
- Visitor enters, sees a list of available sites, clicks on choice, goes there.
- We hope to have a person at Welcome site much of the time.
- We also hope to have hosts at the individual service sites part of the time.
- Each service site will be built by the organization using it.
- Cybalounge has the needed tools and instructions for building web-worlds.
Drop by and let's talk
- I am in the welcome site almost every day from 10 to 10:30 am California time.
- Dieter, the developer and owner of Cybalounge, is often there part of the time.
- Others often drop in.
- We can answer questions about Cybalounge or talk about anything you want.
- We usually use voice, which works well with Chrome.
- Firefox and Edge may not support our voice system yet.
- Drop by: Cybalounge Nonprofit Web-world
- The welcome site will have displays showing the service sites available.
- Clicking on the name of a service site will take the visitor to that site.
- The displays will probably indicate the sites that currently have people.
- Service sites will be built by the individual organizations that will use them.
- Or several organizations might work together on a single site.
- Organizations in collaboration could more easily provide daily hosts.
- The main feature of a service site will be a welcoming host.
- But if there is no host, the site would offer other things to do.
- They will probably have posters about the organization.
- They may have signs that open a web page on click.
- Audio and video presentations could be offered
- (Not just short bits for audio--the web has no time limits.)
- Some kind of leave-a-note service would probably be offered.
- And possibly some instructional games or quizzes relevant to the service offerings.
Who can have a service site
- Every organization working with Nonprofit Commons .
- Other organizations may be considered on a case-by-case basis
How do we build a site?
- Best start by visiting the welcome center to talk with us.
- And keep up with happenings here: 3D web-worlds of the browser
- You will need approval and registration with Cybalounge.
- Cybalounge has building tools and instructions for using them.
- The instructions will be improved with use.
- Think of the site as like a parcel in opensim.
- You will have powers similar those of a parcel owner in opensim.
- One person is in charge and can appoint others to help.
- What you are building is a web page,
- so you have the resources typical of a web page.
- A proposal for a web-world to support nonprofits in virtual worlds
- Public service web-world by CybaLounge. Virtual worlders, this one is for us
- Worlds in your browser. The worlds of WebGL are coming
- Browser-viewer, progress and possibilities: Summary