[sldev] 3rd party viewer policy post on blogs.secondlife.com

Robert Martin robertltux at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 12:05:46 PDT 2009


Yah Koow that you are really looking at the question backwards.

What you should be looking at is KNOWN HOSTILE VIEWERS and any listing
should in fact list why you can't use said viewer
somewhat fictional examples

1 Cryolife: leaked lab/testing viewer known to have copyright breaking
features NOTE HAS HAD PERMISSION TO USE REVOKED BY AUTHOR NO LEGIT
DOWNLOAD LOCATION EXIST
2 ShoopedLife: known griefer and copyright breaking features may be
recording logins and passwords for author
3 NailLife: illegally modifed copy of Emerald Viewer  GPL violation
breaks copyright may be recording logins and passwords for author
spoofs Emerald Client tags


of course any listing should be in the wiki with a Linden Labs Content
tag on it to prevent unauthorized editing

unless you are going to provide even a "Sponsored By IBM"
build/download farm for projects to certify the clients as clean
listing the BAD viewers would be easier


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