[opensource-dev] FAQ posted for Third Party Viewer Policy

Jesse Barnett jessesa at gmail.com
Fri Feb 26 20:03:50 PST 2010


Thank you for the hard work there Soft. It answers all of the questions I
have except for this section:

 "What is the meaning of the Viewer Directory eligibility requirement that
"your Second Life accounts must be in good standing, must not be suspended,
and must never have been permanently banned or terminated"?

This requirement means that if on or after the policy's publication date, on
February 23, 2010, any of your Second Life accounts are not in good
standing, are suspended, or are permanently banned or terminated, then you
and your viewers are ineligible for the Viewer Directory."

So someone that has had an account banned is not eligible for the directory.


What about a team with one or more members who have had their accounts
banned?

In case of a team dev with a support@ email going to the team and meeting
the support requirements, then who's contact info has to be supplied?

And if a team is eligible then couldn't a single person or small team just
replace the front person to be eligible?

In other words; Being a dev requires a very inquisitive mind. This same
trait can get a person into trouble when they first enter our world. You do
have some people who have gone to tremendous lengths to help the Second Life
community at large who have been suspended at some point when they were
first here. If they are helping then why the limitation?

Is it really necessary that I remind everyone who sold and profited from the
Hacked God Mode viewer a couple of years ago? Are you saying he would not be
welcome?

Jesse Barnett
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