[opensource-dev] Third party viewer policy

Jason Giglio gigstaggart at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 16:31:12 PST 2010

Carlo Wood wrote:
> I didn't even READ the TVP all that well, I'm just going to
> stubbornly use my own common sense. If anything that is not
> common sense is going to be enforced then by all means I don't
> want to be part of SL anymore.
> In this case the common sense says: If something is full perm,
> you may export it. Second Inventory does this, and I doubt
> that is suddenly made illegal.
> Scripts that a team work on are definitely full-perm (from the
> point of view of SL permissions), so you can export it all
> you like.

The policy explicitly forbids exporting full permission items if you
didn't create every part of them.  Even if you have permission from the
creator to export them.  Even if the item is open source licensed.  Even
if it's from your collaboration partner.

As you imply this may not be enforced because it's frankly a very stupid
policy, but if that is the case and intent then there is no reason for
the policy to say it and it should be removed from the document.


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