The Concierge & Land user groups are held every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month from 12:00 noon SLT. The focus of the meetings is “for discussion & education of SL topics such as current known issues and bugs, project viewers and new features, and general Mainland issues. Theresa Linden will be your moderator. Please bring your questions & concerns.”
These meetings cannot be used to discuss:
- Specific account questions or concerns.
- Anything pertaining to billing, fees and / or tier.
- Specific region / viewer performance issues.
- Abuse related issues.
The initial meeting of the new group was held on Thursday, September 13th, and was somewhat brief in nature. The schedule of meetings for the rest of 2018 is as follows:
- September 27th, 2018
- October 11th, 2018
- October 25th, 2018
- November 8th, 2018
- December 13th, 2018
- December 27th, 2018
Details on the meeting and the agenda can be found on the Concierge & Land official SL user group wiki page.
The meeting included a reminder that the Estate Access Management (EAM) viewer is currently in project viewer status (version 188.8.131.528362 dated August 9th, at the time of writing). My own overview of this viewer can be found here.
- A suggestion has been made to add a field to record the reason a person was banned from a region / estate.
- It is not clear if the parcel level access controls will be updated to reflect the changed made to the region / estate controls.
Region Sit Exploit
There have been recent issued with “buggy” scripts using llunsit on group deeded private land that can result in avatars sitting on the affected objects to be unseated under very specific (and rare) situations. The Lab is aware of the issue, which has proven difficult to track down, resulting in feature request BUG-225443 being put forward to allow people to better identify objects that may be causing the unsits when they occur.
Since the Lab announced the Mainland price restructuring, demand for Mainland parcels have significantly increased. Thus far, requests have been handled via support ticket, rather than through the stated policy route of requesting the abandoned land be placed up for auction. The use of support tickets doesn’t actually represent a formal change to the policy – but it has been used as the most direct means to respond to requests for land, simply because of the volume received since the price change was announced. However, Keira Linden indicated that it might in future see the auction policy revised:
We’re still in the evaluation stage and aren’t quite ready to officially change that policy just yet … We’ve been urging people to send in the request in a ticket. We’re using that response to kind of judge whether it should be officially changed or not.
Should this be the case, the policy will be updated, and a Land blog post made to announce that has now officially changed.
To help promote the Concierge & Land User Group, it’s been suggested that an in-world group is established that land owners can join to be kept appraised of meetings and news. This is being looked into. If such a group is established, I’ll add the details to these meeting summaries.