Project Open Letter update
This weeks Town Hall meeting waspretty much all about the Project Open Letter. The POL has been signed by many respected virtual residents and is about one of the first complaints that's been taking serious by Linden Labs. The wrap up is that we're worried, and they're worried.
The POL names a few problems that need to be fixed and Linden addressed a few problems (here's A detailed response to the open letter
). They're gonna sort out the Inventory backup issue and devote 3/4 of their DEVmembers to scaling and stability.
The thing that bothers me is we're talking about issues, Linden is talking about bug fixes and patches (which don't always work - Perhaps Linden should call us for a little advice on how to perform structured testing (TMAP)
) but no one is talking IT Governance here. Have we rooted out the source of these nuisances and is there an alternative to patching?
Some new and noteworthy tidbits are that Linden is considering opening up a server park somewhere in Europe to spread the residential load and segragation between basic and premium account members.
Labels: IT Governance, linden, second life, testing, tmap, V3