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Wayfinder Wishbringer's Blog – June 2009 Archive (4)

WHAT THE MARKET WILL BEAR-- FUTURE PREDICTIONS

The VR market is arriving. The days of Linden Lab's strangle-hold monopoly on VR software are coming to a close, and new companies are emerging.



So what can we expect from the future of Virtual Reality?



THE BIGGEST MISTAKES RIGHT NOW

The tendency for OpenSim VR companies right now is to take the OpenSim coders at their word that they can run four sims to a core. Running multi-sims on a core (imo at this point in time) is a mistake. Obviously Second Life,… Continue

Added by Wayfinder Wishbringer on June 28, 2009 at 3:00pm — 1 Comment

DELIVER A BETTER PRODUCT

THE PROBLEMS

Second Life is curently facing a plethora of bugs the likes of which are unheard of in its history. Without going into extreme detail, these bugs include:



* Failure of textures to load within any concept of reasonable time

* Failure of sculpties to rez

* Faiure of avatars to rez

* Inventory loss / database loss

* Client-side cache issues that are creating a delay-of-service attack on LL's own servers

* Prims that suddenly… Continue

Added by Wayfinder Wishbringer on June 28, 2009 at 6:30am — 5 Comments

CHILD AVATARS TO BE ALLOWED IN ADULT AREAS ???

Prelude note to readers: An article appeared in an online "newspaper" stating that SL is to be banned in Australia for being an X-rated game. I questioned the validity of that article from the start. Regardless, the fact is that Australian law (apparently) does ban any online game with a rating over M15... and of course SL definitely is way past M15. So whether SL gets banned or not lies yet to be seen. But the main issue is the fact they're even being considered for ban-- and the… Continue

Added by Wayfinder Wishbringer on June 26, 2009 at 8:00pm — 10 Comments

WHAT IS LINDEN LAB THINKING?



* Prim Limitations

* Adult Continent

* Loss of Customers




PRIM LIMITATIONS

Linden Lab has recently announced a decision to limit compound objects to 1000 prims. Compound objects are made of several unlinked objects (not prims, multiple objects), that are selected together and stored as one inventory item.



After some six years of allowing people to store any size of compound objects they desire... Linden Lab has suddenly deemed it essential… Continue

Added by Wayfinder Wishbringer on June 16, 2009 at 12:00am — No Comments

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