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== Welcome Areas ==
== Welcome Areas ==
Revision as of 10:17, 25 February 2007
- 1 InfoHubs
- 2 Welcome Areas
- 3 Linden Meeting Spaces
- 4 Volunteer Support
- 5 Help Islands
- 6 International Areas
Linden Meeting Spaces
- : Access restricted to mentor, greeter and live helper. Just a peacefull full sim for (spammmmm) stressed volunteers :D. Feel free to build anything cool, if you can find some free space (Sim hosted and paid by "kerunix Flan")
Please note that only Volunteers can access Help Islands. However, "Help Island Public" is accessible by anyone.
- kerunix Flan) : a full sim with dedicated french helper, classes, and translated notecard. (yet another non-profit sim hosted and paid by
- : The main french sim. Usually full and laggy, but with usefull ressources, classes and sandbox. (it's just next to the French School)
These sim are not dedicated to SL Education, but you'll usually find french helper. Usefull groups dedicated to French support : "cooperation francaise" (over 1000 members).
- (with a linden gallery)
- (international ALife project hosted in french sim)
Linden Lab owned
- : Center of welcome and orientation for all the ones that speak Spanish. Gifts, help, notecards.. a place where newbies can find friends and clear doubts.
- secondlifespain.com. Newbies can find help, classes, and translated notecards. : Headquarters of the community of Spanish-speaking residents
- : Great place to take Spanish speakers. Active community and Spanish speaking DJ's.
- : A place for make new friends, speak in spanish and have fun. Free help, spanish notecards..etc.
Spanish speaking Groups
There are many groups where people that speak spanish can find help and make friends, some of the most important are: Segunda Vida (founded by long term Resident, Greeter and Mentor Blueman Steele), Spanish From Spain=SpaniardS in SL and secondlifespain.com.
There are no "permanent" help structures for either Brazilian or Portuguese users, but you can join their respective major groups for more help: "Brasileiros no SL" (for Brazil) and "Tugas no SL" (for Portugal). People there will usually point new users to the most recently built areas with Portuguese content.
There is an island for Brazilian users run by residents called, very appropriately, on www.forumpt.com.. Another place is listed as having information for Brazilian users: . A low-traffic Portuguese forum is available