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

Bryon Ruxton bryon at slearth.com
Sun Feb 28 18:38:45 PST 2010


Sorry Morgaine, I stand corrected by having read the FAQs afterwards.
I thought registration was required to connect to the grid...

Joe,
I agree with others that it¹s not enough to guard against intellectual
property infringement and protect residents.

Is there a plan to allow inworld residents to detect
unidentified/unregistered Viewer names or Identifiers as least? Without
that, I don¹t see how the current policy would actually fulfill goals of the
policy and program from actual rogue viewers. It¹s a good step but that
leaves security loopholes without such enforcement abilities.

An LSL function somewhere to identify viewers would help.
Leave then to us the ability to make inworld tools to control who gets in or
not.

Bryon

On 2/28/10 5:36 PM, "Joe Linden" <joe at lindenlab.com> wrote:

> TPV developers may choose to list their viewers in the Directory for the value
> of receiving a wider awareness than they may be able to create themselves, or
> not.  That's entirely up to the developer.  All viewers that connect to the SL
> grids will need to abide by the TPV Policy regardless of their choice to list
> in the Directory.
> 
> And, since we're only talking about conditions that apply when a TPV connects
> to Linden Lab's grid(s), we reserve the right to add, subtract, or otherwise
> modify those conditions at any point in the future.
> 
> -- joe
> 
> On Sun, Feb 28, 2010 at 4:44 PM, Morgaine <morgaine.dinova at googlemail.com>
> wrote:
>> 
>> ... Since it's just promotion, TPV developers are free to ignore it when they
>> excel on features and don't need promotion, and of course you will never make
>> promotion mandatory.
>> 
>> Morgaine.

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