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Kokua Linux 64 bit experimental build with grid manager

Nicky Perian
A new experimental build is ready for testing. This one is a Release configuration so it will take less time to download.


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Re: Kokua Linux 64 bit experimental build with grid manager

Gudule Lapointe
Am I the only one to wonder why news about kokua development are sent to opensim list?

Of course, I don't deny that major changes in viewers like kokua are also important for us, but sending notices about simple releases, without any specific point of interest, like here, seems quite off-topic to me.

Just thoughts…




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Le 28 mai 2012 à 17:31, Nicky Perian a écrit :

A new experimental build is ready for testing. This one is a Release configuration so it will take less time to download.

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Re: Kokua Linux 64 bit experimental build with grid manager

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Personally, I don't think there's any issue with sending such notices to opensim-users since these viewers can be used
with OpenSimulator and testing and feedback is needed if development is going to continue.

It might be a different issue if lots of viewer developers were sending constant e-mails to the list (which would be an
argument for a separate list imo) but as it is now I don't think that there's a problem.

On 29/05/12 00:34, Gudule Lapointe wrote:

> Am I the only one to wonder why news about kokua development are sent to opensim list?
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> Of course, I don't deny that major changes in viewers like kokua are also important for us, but sending notices about
> simple releases, without any specific point of interest, like here, seems quite off-topic to me.
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> Just thoughts…
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> Le 28 mai 2012 à 17:31, Nicky Perian a écrit :
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>> A new experimental build is ready for testing. This one is a Release configuration so it will take less time to download.
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>> http://wiki.kokuaviewer.org/wiki/Kokua:Experimental
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Re: Kokua Linux 64 bit experimental build with grid manager

Mister Blue
If you want to follow all the viewer updates, there is the twitter feed @viewertrack (http://virtyou.com/viewer_track/). Downside for this discussion is it doesn't track Kokua yet.
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On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 4:56 PM, Justin Clark-Casey <[hidden email]> wrote:
Personally, I don't think there's any issue with sending such notices to opensim-users since these viewers can be used with OpenSimulator and testing and feedback is needed if development is going to continue.

It might be a different issue if lots of viewer developers were sending constant e-mails to the list (which would be an argument for a separate list imo) but as it is now I don't think that there's a problem.


On 29/05/12 00:34, Gudule Lapointe wrote:
Am I the only one to wonder why news about kokua development are sent to opensim list?

Of course, I don't deny that major changes in viewers like kokua are also important for us, but sending notices about
simple releases, without any specific point of interest, like here, seems quite off-topic to me.

Just thoughts…




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Le 28 mai 2012 à 17:31, Nicky Perian a écrit :

A new experimental build is ready for testing. This one is a Release configuration so it will take less time to download.

http://wiki.kokuaviewer.org/wiki/Kokua:Experimental
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Re: Kokua Linux 64 bit experimental build with grid manager

Robert Klein
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