[opensource-dev] Viewer Policy Changes

Cinder Roxley cinder at cinderblocks.biz
Fri Feb 24 16:00:29 PST 2012

Yes, you're mistaken. The key phrase there is "alters the shared 
experience of the virtual world".  A tpv can alter individual user's 
experiences, (UI, build tools, controls, graphics enhancements) but not 
the shared experience of the world.  IE, exposing information such as 
the friend online visibility of *other users*.

Kind regards,

On 2/24/2012 4:44 PM, Nalates Urriah wrote:
> Does this new policy essentially eliminate the reason for the 
> existence of 3rd party viewers:
> 2.k : You must not provide any feature that alters the shared 
> experience of the virtual world in any way not provided by or 
> accessible to users of the latest released Linden Lab viewer.
> http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Second-Life-Viewer/Third-Party-Viewer-Policy-Changes/m-p/1399141
> This seems to say all changes can be submitted to LL but not 
> implemented until and unless LL approves them and adds them to the SL 
> viewer. Am I mistaken?
> -- 
> Nalates Urriah (SL AV)

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