The entire site lets you pick a territory and write about it. It’s basically PlanetWorkShop, a site owned by ConWorkShop. You can add your languages there and stuff. They let you make like unlimited countries but they will automatically not be on the global map.
Dropped the link if anyone’s interested.
You could probably fit some of your OGF languages in there.
Comment from DematyMaps on 17 October 2018 at 03:04
I know this website… I don’t follow planetworkshop much, but I’ve been here while looking for conworkshop, in which I am a bit more active(not really saying much). It’s not too similar to OGF, but probably good enough for an overview of your country during a planning phase.
Comment from superleaf1995 on 18 October 2018 at 00:12
I will use this for uzkeshian.
Comment from Taka on 18 October 2018 at 09:13
I use this website to keep track of my conlangs - I pulled my country on OGF from their conworld. Beware that there is a very large focus on linguistic development for their conworld.
I genuinely recommend them for conlanging purposes, I should add.
Comment from TheMapper27 on 18 October 2018 at 19:03
Maybe I could use that for the Skalenian Creole language spoken in the mountainous regions of my country…
Comment from zhenkang on 19 October 2018 at 07:38
I also have an account there, but mostly for the purpose of writing some brief notes on Kanglapo, Biangsinglia and Kinglavia (if admins are reading this, please don’t ban me!) It is supposedly a way to complement ConWorkshop, like how OGF wiki complements the map.
Maybe if we were to take down the wiki concept, we can actually simplify in a way similar to PlanetWorkShop.
Comment from DematyMaps on 19 October 2018 at 15:41
It is possible, though I like the more detailed world here. Why become a copy of Planetworkshop, when it can simply be used as a complement for our efforts here?