Editorial: Inara Pey Weighs In On the Friday Product Meetup…And We Disagree On What It All Means for the Future of Sansar

*sigh* I don’t even know anymore…how can two people look at the same thing and see totally different things? Inara Pey has done her usual outstanding, painstakingly detailed job of covering the most recent Product Meetup held last Friday (thank God, since I tend to suck at that sort of thing), but I wish I … Continue reading Editorial: Inara Pey Weighs In On the Friday Product Meetup…And We Disagree On What It All Means for the Future of Sansar

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UPDATED! Inara Pey Writes an Open Letter to Linden Lab CEO Ebbe Altberg

Inara Pey is a longtime virtual worlds blogger, who does such a stellar job of covering the various technical meetings that take place in Second Life and Sansar that I have, in the past, simply reblogged many of her comprehensive reports rather than try to emulate her tireless work. I admire Inara greatly and I … Continue reading UPDATED! Inara Pey Writes an Open Letter to Linden Lab CEO Ebbe Altberg

Inara Pey Blogs the Sansar October Release Preview: Improving the New User Experience

I had fallen out of the habit of reblogging Inara Pey’s excellent summaries of the weekly Sansar product meetings. In her most recent post, I note with interest: NEW USER EXPERIENCE UPDATE Starting with the October release, new users will be taken to an experience on logging-in to Sansar for the first time, and have … Continue reading Inara Pey Blogs the Sansar October Release Preview: Improving the New User Experience

Inara Pey Blogs the Sansar Product Meetup of March 13th

Inara Pey has provided detailed notes from the Sansar Product Meetup of Tuesday, March 13th. Of particular note is a decision by Linden Lab to pull the initial release of the Terrain Editor: One of the findings from the performance investigations is that the terrain editor used to sculpt height maps from within Sansar, and the terrains … Continue reading Inara Pey Blogs the Sansar Product Meetup of March 13th