One point of OpenSim is to learn from Second Life.
Perhaps they have some lessonshere:
--- On Wed, 4/1/09, Lady Jane <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Subject: Re: [SLED] audiences in sl, was : Re: Opinion--Text or Voice?
> To: "'SL Educators (The SLED List)'" <[hidden email]>
> Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2009, 12:36 PM
> The person behind the keyboard is real. Not everyone will come here
> and act like total morans just because they now can within
> the virtual environment. I in fact conduct my SL life with the same
> ethics I was raised on in RL. Respect is very important.
> From: [hidden email] > Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2009 11:23 AM
> To: [hidden email] >
> Subject: Re: [SLED] audiences in sl, was : Re: Opinion--
> why would vws be different and why would universal values not apply?
> > On Apr 1, 2009, at 11:06 AM, Rolig Loon wrote:
> > > Well before I went off to kindergarten, my mother taught me some
> > > important rules -- basic expectations for working
> and playing well with others. They have served me well at home and
> around the world
> > > for over 60 years. Among them...
> > > * Don't take things that don't belong to you.
> > > * Don't play with other people's toys
> unless they say it's OK.
> > > * If you make a mess, clean it up yourself.
> > > * Don't hit your sister, or your brother, or
> other people's sisters and brothers.
> > > * Don't talk while other people are talking.
> > > * Listen -- You might learn something.
> > > * You are not the center of the universe.
> Don't behave as if you are.
> > > Behind every avatar in SL is a real person who
> deserves the same respect you should give that person in RL. The
> rules don't get suspended when you sit down at a keyboard.
> > > Having said that, I can see that further
> conversation on this point is unlikely to change anyone's mind. I will
> continue to act in an ethical fashion and will expect nothing less from the people around me.
> > > Rolig