[opensource-dev] Quiet amendments of TPV (again)

Tateru Nino tateru.nino at gmail.com
Sun Apr 25 04:34:50 PDT 2010


It's pretty much what the first draft should have looked like. Can't
imagine what interfered with the process to get it in the state it was
originally.

On 25/04/2010 8:58 PM, Nexii Malthus wrote:
> Definitely much more acceptable now.
>
> Thanks Joe
>
> - Nexii
>
> On Sat, Apr 24, 2010 at 2:01 PM, Thickbrick Sleaford
> <thickbrick.sleaford at gmail.com <mailto:thickbrick.sleaford at gmail.com>>
> wrote:
>
>     On Tuesday 20 April 2010 17:02:26 Joe Linden wrote:
>     > Boy,
>     >
>     > There was nothing quiet, or "in the background" about it,
>     believe me.  This
>     > update is the topic of conversation at the noon PDT brown bag
>     I'm hosting
>     > today.  The changes were pushed live ahead of the meeting, so
>     there would
>     >  be no question they are incorporated in to the TPV and TOS,
>     both of which
>     >  are effective on 4/30.
>     >
>     > I'll see those of you still interested in the subject at noon here:
>     >
>     http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Linden%20Estate%20Services/229/230/29
>     >
>     > -- joe
>     >
>
>     This is somewhat belated, but: Thank you Joe!
>
>     The TPVp is still not ideal from my perspective, but it is now
>     certainly
>     something I think an open source community can work with.
>
>     I still wish it would not force viewers to enforce DRM,
>     specifically in cases
>     where the user has an appropriate license from the creator that
>     supersedes the
>     DRM. But I guess this is pretty much a given when a user chooses
>     to create
>     their content in a grid that is very much DRM-centric. Hopefully
>     the DRM will
>     be extended soon to include an "export ok" flag, now that the TPVp
>     made it a
>     critical thing.
>
>     Anyway, thanks for listening!
>
>     --
>     Thickbrick
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