[opensource-dev] Blocking viewers.
marc at inworlddesigns.com
Wed Sep 8 14:46:06 PDT 2010
Just switch to Phoenix its the projects new structure and project name.
On another not they have every right to police who and what is
connecting to their service. They also have every right to ban you for
whatever reason they want without giving any reason at all. They are
not policing your computer you have the choice to use other grids with
your banned viewer they are not blocking you from using the
application all together just blocking you from connecting to their
service with it.
On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 5:42 PM, Aleric Inglewood
<aleric.inglewood at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not happy to say it, but I can't help myself...
> I told you so
> When LL announced the TPV list, it was already clear to me
> that they want to control what viewer can connect and that
> this was the beginning of whitelist. Soon every viewer that
> is not derived from their holy "2.0" will be blocked.
> On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 11:39 PM, Tom Grimshaw <tom at streamsense.net> wrote:
>> Dear Linden Lab,
>> It's absolutely none of your business what software I choose to run on
>> my PC.
>> Blocking emerald is a step of pure arrogance - and ignorance - on Linden
>> Lab's behalf - it's not having an adverse effect on your servers, in
>> fact THE ONLY WAY you can tell i'm runing Emerald is by the channel and
>> version provided in login, and this has been proven by the number of
>> clones that have popped up with their channel renamed (and the ID
>> texture changed of course). You cannot censor Open Source software, and
>> the fact that you're trying to makes you a despicable organisation.
>> Stop policing my computer. I will decide what viewer I use, thank you.
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