Showing posts from May, 2020

Second Life's Region Growth Stalled - among other shitshows to hit the fan

"Well, this is awkward." - Strawberry Linden, probably Preaching to the choir, Strawberry. If you haven't already heard, Linden Lab issued a advisory that they have exhausted all available simulators for deployment as of May 14th, 2020.  This is due to a overwhelming demand for private regions that has skyrocketed in recent months as the Coronavirus pandemic has caused what I can only call a Phoenix's rebirth when it comes to Second Life, as residents new and old return to the grid enmasse. Suffice it to say, Second Life hasn't been faring too well infrastructure-wise in recent months - as the Marketplace has constantly seen intermittent downtime due to being, quite literally - thrashed by heavy traffic, combine this with in-world travel (conventional) being hit or miss, and the influx of new users flocking to Agni for a escape from the world on fire outside our very windows - and we have reached a real shitshow moment. This proves that these are interesting times

Regarding Black Dragon on WINE

One last thing for today. I haven't forgotten about Black Dragon. It's just that recent events have had my concerns and interests elsewhere, not to mention that Lutris' installer script is as coherent as me trying to program PASCAL using a piece of paper and a conventional pen - in space. All in all, I'll get around to it before my SL Birthday, hopefully. And if not, like I said, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to set it up. All you need is the latest version of Wine Staging and you're good to go.

of Nazis, Political Opinion and Banhammers - A recent enlightenment regarding the Squire's Gate Shitshow of 2016 (or was it 2017?)

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