Important note: The SL Go service is to be shut down on April 30th, 2015. For more information, please read this report.
Dennis Harper, Senior Product Manager at On Live has been slipping out word that the company’s SL Go product has been updated.
On August 14th, e-mails were sent to those SL bloggers who previewed SL Go ahead of the launch, announcing that the update resolves the fitted mesh issue which saw any fitted mesh items distorted and stretched to the 0,0,0 point in a region when viewed in the initial release of the viewer. Dennis’ e-mail to me announcing the update reads:
This is not a huge announcement, but we finally got an update to SL Go that is compatible with the new ‘fitted mesh” feature. I’d like to get the word out there to SL Go users, and hopefully to some the used SL Go but cancelled due to this bug.
SL Go is still alive and kicking here at OnLive. This code merge took way longer than anyone expected, but now we have a clean version representing the latest code from Linden. Now we get to work on the cool stuff. We have some great plans for the near future that I’m sure you will be excited about.
If you have any questions, please let me know. Thanks again for all your support.
Sr. Product Manager – SL Go by OnLive
Dennis recently contacted me concerning the need to continue to enhance and refine the SL Go product, and asked if I could help spread the word about the company being willing to offer viewer developers paid contract work in order to help them achieve this goal.
The request resulted in my drafting and publishing a press release / article on behalf of OnLive in early June. So far as I’m aware, the company is still seeking support and assistance with the project, so if you are a TPV developer, and you’d be interested in helping OnLive carry the product forward, adding additional features (and even advising them on features), tweaking the UI and so on, please refer to that article and drop Dennis an e-mail at: email@example.com.
In the meantime, the fitted mesh update is now live, and should be available to users the moment they log-in to Second Life using the SL Go viewer (obviously, as the viewer is streamed as a part of the service, there is no need to download and viewer update). Congrats to Dennis and the team.