Third Sector Compliance

Thursday, 14th April 2016

Nornir have recently developed software that is being used in the compliance industry. The to be compliance in the private sector is an essential fact of life and in fact the requirements to be compliant evidence your compliance is set to increase rather than decrease.

Unfortunately, the Third Sector does not have the resources of the time to set up and evidence their compliance and therefore it’s often ignored. To help to overcome this problem we have adapted one of the commercial projects to allow the risk and compliance requirements to be set up by the user (organisation) without the need for expensive consultants and experts.

 We are currently looking for funds to help us develop the schemas that are required and have produced a promotional video to help promote the  work.

Chalk Garden Rail, another My Wargaming Life site

Thursday, 4th February 2016

We have recently developed a simple and cheap e-commerce web site. The main aim is to allow individuals and small organisations to advertise and sell their goods and services without the need to buy into the existing expensive e-commerce web site developers.

Based in Gravesend, Kent, Chalk Garden Rail are a family run business selling G Scale model railway and table top wargaming items. They are also the only LGB Service Provider in the United Kingdom.

Our system provides a cheap (£10 per month) system that’s easy for the user to update and maintain.  It allows people to update their own information as and when they need to, thereby keeping costs down.

They system links automatically to PayPal but if required it can be set up to take payments via other secure methods.

See Chalk Garden Rail for an example of how the system works.

http://www.chalkgardenrail.co.uk/

Hidden Artizans: Darkops

Sunday, 29th November 2015

Darkops are a small micro business who started trading in the autumn of this year (2015) after the disaster of redundency due to the closure of City Link. Steve Perry, the founder, having dreamed of starting a small business related to his passion of table top wargaming, took the plunge and Darkops is the result.

Being a member of and contributer to My wargaming Life, he contacted us and we provided him with our e-commerce platform. One of our hopes for this particular community is to provide small businesses, such as Darkops, who create niche products access to low cost tools like our e-commerce platform. There are many such micro businesses in and around the table top (and board games) wargaming hobby who produce highly detailed and intricate works, from sculptors to graphic artists, figure painters and scenic creators. small publishing houses and more. Aiding these enterprises can only help create jobs and add to our national economy.

To visit the Darkops website, follow this link: www.darkops.co.uk

Bridge Community Farms Website is live

Wednesday, 11th November 2015

Bridge Community Farms have just released their new Nornir developed web site at: http://www.bridgecommunityfarms.co.uk/

The Farm provides employment and volunteering opportunities for local people. It is also engaged with the local community using the produce of the farm to foster healthy eating habits.

We are hoping to use the development of the web site and the links with Bridge Community Farms to expand the concept of Urban Farms.  By setting up a farm that will work with ex-prisoners providing them with employment and volunteering opportunities will help them settle into a more stable life styles.

Our new Community Toolset is in public beta

Saturday, 26th September 2015

The first deployment of the new Community Toolset is now live in the form of “My Wargaming Life”. This community is aimed at hobbyists and is deployed as a "working" public domain  example of the Community Toolset platform.

The Community Toolset will be replacing the previous version used to create the Share On community and we will be moving the Share On community over to it some time in 2016.

In this new version we have completely rewritten our community platform. We have made it  “mobile friendly” by making extensive use of the Twitter Bootstrap framework. As with the previous version, it is fully modular and the API allows custom modules to be added very quickly. Making it, we hope, cost effective to Third Sector clients.

Visit My Wargaming Life at https://www.mywargaminglife.com/

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