[opensource-dev] Brown-bag meeting to continue dialog on TVPV next Tuesday (4/13)
jbhancroft at gmail.com
Fri Apr 9 06:29:34 PDT 2010
Thanks for doing this. There are obviously a LOT of concerns. I'm not sure
if Linden Lab is willing to do so, but sharing any additional insights about
why certain parts of the TPVP were drafted the way they are, might help.
My ask, of the community: This has the potential to be a meeting with a lot
of emotions. We won't make any progress on this if emotions run too hot, or
the discussion becomes unprofessional... degrades into personal attacks on
character. And if it breaks down into a shouting match, then it's a waste of
time for all of us. So please, let's do this in a professional manner.
One way you can help me understand this issue, please, would be to be
willing to say what the impact is on you, on your business, on your
customers, etc. I think being able to quantify the effects of a policy, a
decision, a direction... always help. My opinion: Disagreeing in principle
because it's "wrong" is one thing; being able to relate what the impact on
your involvement in Second Life will mean a lot more.
P.S. To the list: Let's not try to make this a "legal" meeting, ok? Because
if you do, it won't happen.
On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 4:24 PM, Joe Linden <joe at lindenlab.com> wrote:
> Hello, all. I've been reading the ongoing commentary here, on various
> blogs, irc, and in-world groups about the recently introduced Third Party
> Viewer Policy and Directory and I'd like to host an "office hour" or
> informal brown bag to make the conversation a little more synchronous for
> those who are interested. I plan to hold three of these over the next
> couple of weeks, at times that might be friendlier for some than others, but
> the first one will happen next Tuesday, 4/13 at noon PDT. I'd like to
> address questions about the intent of the policy, how we will be using the
> Directory going forward, and see if I can gather the specific concerns that
> have been raised by the community over the past several weeks. It'll be an
> informal Q&A session, held in voice, at this location:
> No RSVP needed, and feel free to rebroadcast the invite to others you think
> would benefit from open dialog around the subject.
> I hope to see many of you there next week.
> -- Joe
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