Editor: The U.S. Armyâ€™s MOSES grid has long been making cutting-edge contributors toÂ OpenSim, building aÂ gridÂ management system, running scalability tests, and donating content to the OpenSim community. Now they areÂ in the process of moving to a branch of OpenSim called Halcyon, open-sourcedÂ last year by InWorldz, OpenSimâ€™s most popular grid, and areRead More →
Editor’s note: This article was updated on 1/27/2023 to remove dead links and links to malicious sites. An OpenSim viewer that runs in a regular web browser has long been at the top of most-wanted lists for OpenSim users. And the U.S. Army is stepping up. This fall,Â the U.S. Army’sRead More →
Editor’s note: This article was updated on 1/27/2023 to remove dead links and links to malicious sites. Editor: The team behind U.S. Army’s MOSES grid have long been cutting-edge contributors toÂ OpenSim, building a grid management system, running scalability tests, and donating content to the OpenSim community. Now they are inRead More →
This month has the usual music events and parties across the grids, the Robstock Festival, and Easter-themed activities. Robstock Festival crosses grids Robstock 2014 is on three different grids this year — 3rd Rock Grid, Second Life, and, now, Metropolis. It’s three days of music, art, and other activities. KitelyRead More →
Only 65 out of more than 110 participants were able to log into an OpenSim scalability test conducted last Friday by theÂ U.S. Army Simulation & Training Technology Center. “Real-time inspection of the logins indicated messages wereÂ queuingÂ — getting backed up — by the firewall,” saidÂ Douglas Maxwell, the center’sÂ science and technology managerRead More →
The top 40 OpenSim grids gained 1,458 regions this month, for a new total of 24,040 regions on these grids, the second highest total since we began tracking these numbers in the summer of 2009. These grids also reported a total of 18,061 active users.Â A total of 224 gridsRead More →
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