Archive for January, 2016

SL project updates 16 4/2: TPVD meeting

January 31, 2016

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

High Water; Inara Pey, January 2016, on FlickrHigh Water (Flickr) – blog post

The following notes are taken from the TPV Developer (TPVD) meeting held on Friday, January 29th, 2016. At the time of the meeting, Second Life was experience voice issues, and so the meeting was held in text. However, the meeting was still recorded and is available here. The following notes have been taken from the chat log of the meeting.

Server Deployments – Recap

As always, check the server deployment thread for the latest updates.

On Tuesday, January 26th, the Main (SLS) channel received server maintenance package 16.01.16.310114, previously deployed to the three RC channels, comprising a simulator crash fix and feature request OBJECT_REZZER_KEY) for llGetObjectDetails(), which returns the parent_id (object or avatar) of any task in the region. The function only works for those objects rezzed in-world after the code deployment (objects in-world prior to deployment will return NULL_KEY).

View original post 920 more words

Advertisements

Lab Chat #2 announced

January 8, 2016

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Lab Chat LogoLab Chat is the name of the new series aimed at providing Second Life users with the opportunity to have their questions put to Lab management and personnel.

The first such event, which was recorded and made available as a three-part video, took place on Thursday, November 19th, with guest Ebbe Altberg, CEO of Linden Lab. I have a full transcript of that event available, complete with audio of both the questions asked and Ebbe’s replies.

The second on the series have now been announced through the Lab Chat blog and via an official blog post from the Lab. It will take place on Thursday, January 21st, again at the Linden Endowment for the Arts Theatre, starting at 10:30 SLT.

Ebbe Altberg, in his alter ego of Ebbe Linden, will again be facing questions on Linden Lab, Second Life and "Project Sansar" as put forward by SL users Ebbe Altberg, in his alter ego of Ebbe Linden, will again be facing questions on Linden Lab, Second Life and “Project Sansar” as put forward by SL users

View original post 158 more words