[opensource-dev] Blocking viewers.

malachi malachi at tamzap.com
Thu Sep 9 06:28:06 PDT 2010

On Thu, 09 Sep 2010 06:30:56 -0400, Anders Arnholm <Anders at arnholm.se>  

> On Thu, Sep 09, 2010 at 12:02:46AM +0200, Altair Sythos Memo wrote:
>> imho *ALL* non TPV listed viewers should be blacklisted....
>> is safer, for both resident and developers
> It's also safer to put all humans in a straight jacket, that would also
> probaly solve most current enviroment problems. The downside does
> however still make most realise the down sides of this is way bigger
> that the gains.

or we could do what that one episode of the outer limits called stasis  
where they take and split the population of the world into 3 groups.  
alphas betas and elites. then every 72 hours the alphas and betas switch  
on a cryogenic freeze. half the population sleep while the other half run  
about working and what not. and the elite stay away all the time. Lindens  
are the elite i suppose. now if we can just get the system to let only  
half of the people log in for 3 days. and the other half stay offline. and  
alternate. we would experience much less lag i think lol

> Most TPV's contains fixes that make them safer that the LL viewer,
> Linden have so far had a to slow acceptance of user fixes.Or for some
> reason not let them in. The new Snowstorm hopefulle helps this.
> There are still however much smell in the code, not more and in
> someplaces less that most big projects. But it's there all projects get
> them.
> And why the heck did i get my self involved again... I need my non
> coding time...
> / Balp

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