Re: Opensim-users Digest, Vol 17, Issue 56

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Re: Opensim-users Digest, Vol 17, Issue 56

Ralf Haifisch
Btw... Groups..

We now get more and more german users and are at the point, that the biggest
user organization (Deutscher Info Dienst) dicuss about joining osgrid.

In SL their first support tool is the group chat, and they offer community
resources (like land) for members.

So while most single citizens could get workarounds for missing groups, for
real groups its going to be a blocker more and more.

Is there any news on the group status ?   wether someone is working on it,
wich timeframe we could expect to see first things inworld ?


Cheers
Ralf
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Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 14:07:34 +0000
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Just to note, missing features from the Linden Labs Second Life viewer (e.g.
groups support), are considered feature
requests rather than bugs - these shouldn't go in the mantis.

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Re: Opensim-users Digest, Vol 17, Issue 56

Mo Hax
Just to note, missing features from the Linden Labs Second Life viewer (e.g.
groups support), are considered feature
requests rather than bugs - these shouldn't go in the mantis.

Where do feature requests get tracked then? I submitted some missing llGetAnimation() states as a Mantis but you have me thinking maybe those are features rather than OSSL/LSL bugs.

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Re: Opensim-users Digest, Vol 17, Issue 56

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Mo Hax wrote:
>     Just to note, missing features from the Linden Labs Second Life
>     viewer (e.g.
>     groups support), are considered feature
>     requests rather than bugs - these shouldn't go in the mantis.
>
>
> Where do feature requests get tracked then? I submitted some missing
> llGetAnimation() states as a Mantis but you have me thinking maybe those
> are features rather than OSSL/LSL bugs.

In this particular case I would regard missing llGetAnimation() states as a bug (since some of the method is
implemented) rather than a feature.

I think the consensus was to track features as requests on the mailing list.  However, this really may have been geared
towards big features (e.g. anonymous avatars) rather than small ones (e.g. implementation of some missing ll function).

Thinking about it, I would err to continuing to place small features on the Mantis since they'll just get lost on the
lists.  If people disagree then hopefully we can get to some new consensus.

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Re: Opensim-users Digest, Vol 17, Issue 56

Ralf Haifisch
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That would be a great advantage at the stage we are, in respect to the
status of opensim (running almost well, plenty functions) and the change in
users we see (now requesting more content and social functions to get their
second life moved to opensim).

Maybe the thought to vote on feature requests (like JIRA) gets a second
chance.

It still leaves the option to the developer, whether they will take a
featurewish on their personal list or not - but we would visualize the
demand.


Cheers
Ralf

Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2009 19:11:38 +0000
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Mo Hax wrote:
>     Just to note, missing features from the Linden Labs Second Life
>     viewer (e.g.
>     groups support), are considered feature
>     requests rather than bugs - these shouldn't go in the mantis.
>
>
> Where do feature requests get tracked then? I submitted some missing
> llGetAnimation() states as a Mantis but you have me thinking maybe those
> are features rather than OSSL/LSL bugs.

In this particular case I would regard missing llGetAnimation() states as a
bug (since some of the method is
implemented) rather than a feature.

I think the consensus was to track features as requests on the mailing list.
However, this really may have been geared
towards big features (e.g. anonymous avatars) rather than small ones (e.g.
implementation of some missing ll function).

Thinking about it, I would err to continuing to place small features on the
Mantis since they'll just get lost on the
lists.  If people disagree then hopefully we can get to some new consensus.

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