WWW5 Workshop on VEs and the WWW
Fifth International World Wide Web
[Old page updated in order to kill the links to the now dead discussion server. If you are interested in the WWW-MOO
technology used to prepare this
check out its successor technology:
APECKS, also developed by Jeni Tennison - DKS 9/97]
1. Discussion Server
A WWW-based discussion/annotation forum at
has been used to
prepare the workshop and to organize activities after the workshop.
Original papers prepared by the participants are integrated into
its "Living Document System" [Note 9/97: this server has killed now].
This Forum is open for everybody interested in Virtual Environments.
Includes: Home pages of some participants, a list of guest,
original papers, pointers to "Living Document System" versions
of papers, link to a FTP directories with Postscript files.
A copy of the page sent to the organizers
(Yes we just might merge the 2 lists after the workshop).
4. Issues extracted from the position papers
[Issues could be viewed in various ways in the Living Document System
which is now off line - DKS 9/97].
E.g. they could be found by looking at the
Position Paper List
the issue overview.
5. Discussion Material
Discussion Material for the 9 group discussions can [could] be produced
from the Group Discussion Page
or from the above issues list. Participants did receive the printed version
(see the list below) as handouts.
- A-1: Information Representation,
- A-2: User Interfaces and Clients, chaired by
- A-3: Integration of the 'real world', chaired by
Doree Duncan Seligmann
- B-1: Spatial Organisation and Navigability, chaired by
- B-2: Collaboration and CSCW in VEs, chaired by
- B-3: Large Scale systems and distributed architectures, chaired by
- C-1: Community (Users, Social Aspects, Evolution etc), chaired by
Rob van der Haar
- C-2: Integration of the WWW, chaired by
- C-3: Objects in collaborative Work, chaired by
chaired by Jay M. Williams
6. Workshop Results
Workshop results are not available yet (May 20 1996), but some transcripts
UP to TecfaMOO project