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The intention of this wiki is to share information on what international government agencies are publicly doing in Second Life, interesting links, and guidance from others on government related policies, such as firewall security and 508 compliance information. Please add your own content, questions, and experiences. If you add a new wiki page, please sure to add a link to that page here.
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The intention of this article is to share information on what international government agencies are publicly doing in Second Life, interesting links, and guidance from others on government related policies, such as firewall security and 508 compliance information. Please add your own content and share your questions and experiences on the [[{{TALKPAGENAME}}|talk page]]. If you create a new article relevant to Real Life Government in Second Life, please sure to add it to [[:Category:Real Life Government|the Real Life Government category]]
  
This is set up for community participation to provide current and accurate information - your involvement helps maintain current and accurate information. If you find better resources elsewhere, please point to them; life's too short to duplicate information.
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This is set up for community participation to provide current and accurate information - your involvement helps maintain current and accurate information. If you find better resources elsewhere, please point to them; life's too short to duplicate information.
  
 
== Mailing Lists ==
 
== Mailing Lists ==
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The United States National Defense University has set up a [https://fedsl.brainkeeper.net working group wiki] to support the [http://www.ndu.edu/irmc/fedconsortium.html Federal Consortium for Virtual Worlds] - an international group of federal government employees and contractors interested in exploring the use of virtual worlds in government, sharing best practices and policies, creating shared repositories, and networking. Request membership to the consortium wiki by emailing federalconsortiumvw@ndu.edu with the subject "Request for Consortium Wiki".
 
The United States National Defense University has set up a [https://fedsl.brainkeeper.net working group wiki] to support the [http://www.ndu.edu/irmc/fedconsortium.html Federal Consortium for Virtual Worlds] - an international group of federal government employees and contractors interested in exploring the use of virtual worlds in government, sharing best practices and policies, creating shared repositories, and networking. Request membership to the consortium wiki by emailing federalconsortiumvw@ndu.edu with the subject "Request for Consortium Wiki".
  
== Getting Started ==
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== See Also ==
  
'''Overview'''
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=== Overview ===
 
* [http://secondlife.com/whatis/faq.php Frequently Asked Questions] (from What Is Second Life? on secondlife.com)
 
* [http://secondlife.com/whatis/faq.php Frequently Asked Questions] (from What Is Second Life? on secondlife.com)
 
* [http://sl.nmc.org/wiki/Getting_Started New Media Consortium's Getting Started]
 
* [http://sl.nmc.org/wiki/Getting_Started New Media Consortium's Getting Started]
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* [http://metaversed.com/06-nov-2007/metanomics-reloaded-gene-yoon-aka-ginsu-linden It's not an economy, it's a product] - understanding Linden Lab's view of Second Life
 
* [http://metaversed.com/06-nov-2007/metanomics-reloaded-gene-yoon-aka-ginsu-linden It's not an economy, it's a product] - understanding Linden Lab's view of Second Life
  
'''Tips & Tricks'''
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=== Tips & Tricks ===
 
* [http://blog.secondlife.com/category/tips-tricks/ Linden Lab Knowledge Base and Video Tutorials]
 
* [http://blog.secondlife.com/category/tips-tricks/ Linden Lab Knowledge Base and Video Tutorials]
 
* [http://naturalselectionstudios.com/?cat=59 Noob Be Gone Video Tutorials]
 
* [http://naturalselectionstudios.com/?cat=59 Noob Be Gone Video Tutorials]
  
'''Development & LSL'''
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=== Development & LSL ===
 
* [[Community Development Guide]] - This section is designed to aggregate knowledge about Second Life community development in one place and create a "living document" any Resident can edit and contribute to. It is our hope this guide will be useful to interested individuals, businesses, and organizations using the Second Life Main and Teen Grids.
 
* [[Community Development Guide]] - This section is designed to aggregate knowledge about Second Life community development in one place and create a "living document" any Resident can edit and contribute to. It is our hope this guide will be useful to interested individuals, businesses, and organizations using the Second Life Main and Teen Grids.
 
* [http://www.instructables.com/id/EWF9B3D7KSEP2876RE/ Getting Started in LSL scripting in Second Life]
 
* [http://www.instructables.com/id/EWF9B3D7KSEP2876RE/ Getting Started in LSL scripting in Second Life]
 
* [http://www.kan-ed.org/second-life/using-LSL.html Using the Linden Scripting Language: Tutorial on basic LSL capabilities]
 
* [http://www.kan-ed.org/second-life/using-LSL.html Using the Linden Scripting Language: Tutorial on basic LSL capabilities]
  
'''Business Examples'''
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=== Business Examples ===
 
* See also [[Recent Business Articles]] - Articles about business in Second Life
 
* See also [[Recent Business Articles]] - Articles about business in Second Life
 
* [[Glenn's Tips for Businesses]]
 
* [[Glenn's Tips for Businesses]]
  
== Solution Providers ==
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=== Solution Providers ===
 
* [[Solution Providers]]
 
* [[Solution Providers]]
 
* [[Real Life Government/Solution Providers|Solution Providers with a focus on government]] - We are hoping to generate a list of Solution Providers that have government clearance or are registered. If you are such a solution provider, please add your details to [[Real Life Government/Solution Providers|the list]].
 
* [[Real Life Government/Solution Providers|Solution Providers with a focus on government]] - We are hoping to generate a list of Solution Providers that have government clearance or are registered. If you are such a solution provider, please add your details to [[Real Life Government/Solution Providers|the list]].
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* [[Office Hours|Linden Office Hours]]
 
* [[Office Hours|Linden Office Hours]]
  
==Issue Tracker (Bugs & Feature Requests)==
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=== Issue Tracker (Bugs & Feature Requests) ===
 
* [[Issue Tracker|Learn about the Issue Tracker and how to use it]]
 
* [[Issue Tracker|Learn about the Issue Tracker and how to use it]]
 
* [https://jira.secondlife.com/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?mode=hide&requestId=10100 Recently resolved issues] (general resolutions in last two weeks)
 
* [https://jira.secondlife.com/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?mode=hide&requestId=10100 Recently resolved issues] (general resolutions in last two weeks)
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* More handy filters are on the [https://jira.secondlife.com main page of Issue Tracker]
 
* More handy filters are on the [https://jira.secondlife.com main page of Issue Tracker]
  
==Questions about the firewall?==
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=== Questions about the firewall? ===
More information in the [http://www.secondlife.com/support Second Life Knowledge Base] - after you log in, search for "firewall."
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{{:Help:Firewall Configuration}}
  
Second Life needs to connect to ports 443/TCP, 12043/TCP, 12035/UDP, 12036/UDP, and 13000-13050/UDP.
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For voice, the following ports need to be reachable through any firewall infrastructure:
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* Port 21002 - TCP - for voice control signals
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* Ports 12000-13000 - UDP - for voice media
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* Port 80/443 - TCP - for Web server
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* Ports 5060 or 5062 - UDP - for voice control signals
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Note: Your firewall software may request permission to let “SLVoice.exe” and “SLVoiceAgent.exe” access the internet on their first execution; you should allow this access.
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Revision as of 04:29, 13 February 2008

The intention of this article is to share information on what international government agencies are publicly doing in Second Life, interesting links, and guidance from others on government related policies, such as firewall security and 508 compliance information. Please add your own content and share your questions and experiences on the talk page. If you create a new article relevant to Real Life Government in Second Life, please sure to add it to the Real Life Government category

This is set up for community participation to provide current and accurate information - your involvement helps maintain current and accurate information. If you find better resources elsewhere, please point to them; life's too short to duplicate information.

Mailing Lists

Linden Lab maintains a Real Life Government in Second Life mailing list to keep interested individuals alerted to government agency related opportunities and events on the Second Life Grid. This list is also an opportunity for organizations to communicate with each other as well as find new colleagues. If you want to quickly get up to speed and learn from the shared experiences of others on the Second Life Grid, or if you have questions about how to best use the Second Life Grid with your organization's projects, this is the best place to start!

We also maintain other related mailing lists to help you find colleagues and share ideas on more specific topics. In addition to joining the comprehensive mailing list mentioned above, you might like to join these more focused discussions. They are: Educators, Non-Profits, and Corporate Use

Second Life Group

There's a Second Life Group called Real Life Government in Second Life which is comprised of people who are interested in the possibilities of Second Life as it relates to government agency mission statements. If you'd like to keep in touch with others inworld, please feel free to join this Group (click the Find button and search under Groups for 'Government').

What Other Agencies are Doing?

Go to Real Life Government in Second Life Examples for information about what other agencies are publicly doing in Second Life. Please add what your agency is doing here.

Working Group Wiki

The United States National Defense University has set up a working group wiki to support the Federal Consortium for Virtual Worlds - an international group of federal government employees and contractors interested in exploring the use of virtual worlds in government, sharing best practices and policies, creating shared repositories, and networking. Request membership to the consortium wiki by emailing federalconsortiumvw@ndu.edu with the subject "Request for Consortium Wiki".

See Also

Overview

Tips & Tricks

Development & LSL

Business Examples

Solution Providers

Issue Tracker (Bugs & Feature Requests)

Questions about the firewall?

  1. REDIRECT Configuring your firewall