[opensource-dev] Viewer Policy Changes
jessica.lyon at phoenixviewer.com
Fri Feb 24 16:18:42 PST 2012
Actually, under 2.k, features like breast physics, secondary attachments,
shared parcel WL etc, would have never been permitted to exist. And this
means that any feature in the future to which a TPV may conjur up, which
effects the shared experience (Ie. something one user could see but another
couldn't) will need to be developed for the LL viewer by TPV devs, accepted
by LL, released by LL before a TPV may release it themselves. Another
example would be the Mesh deformer from Qarl, if LL were not interested in
it.. none of us would be allowed to release it in our viewers.
The Phoenix Viewer Project, Inc.
On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 7:00 PM, Cinder Roxley <cinder at cinderblocks.biz>wrote:
> 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.
> 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
> Nalates Urriah (SL AV)
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