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Posted: Mar 31st 2009 5:39PM (Unverified) said

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I could see this as being a big jump in the right direction or an utter failure. It all depends as Jacek said .. how long LL keeps focus on it. Personally I like the idea of it being more 'open' but in a way it seems like the RC. LL will get the choice of what they want to add. It gives us a chance to put in our 2 cents on what we would like to see but it's still up to LL for the final decision. The one thing I could see happening is a wider range of dev's looking @ bugs.

Its like they are saying this is your SL how do you want it to look.. But we still own it so we might not listen to everything you say :D... Who knows this could be the best damn thing they've done yet.... could be! ;)

Posted: May 9th 2009 5:52AM (Unverified) said

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I would call it a success, if the results are able to be put into distributions so that SecondLife becomes ubiquitus as Virtual Reality platform:

apt-get install secondlife
yum install secondlife
pkg_add -r secondlife
cd /usr/ports/secondlife && make && make install
sudo port install secondlife
Start > Username > Desktop > Right-click secondlife-installer.exe > Run as Administrator...

Then we will know that the developement cycle has reached the system packagers for easy upgrades, in leu of behind-the-scene developers rolling their own builds via fetch, CVSupdate, svn, or git. As it now stands the developers have that unwanted burden.

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