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 are
An OpenSim viewer that runs in a regular web browser has long been at the top ofÂ most-wanted lists for OpenSim users. And the U.S. Army is stepping up. This fall,Â the U.S. Army’s Simulation & Training Technology Center will release an HTML5 viewer for its MOSES project. “The first version of
Editor: The team behind U.S. Army’s MOSES grid have long been cutting-edge contributors toÂ OpenSim, building a 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, OpenSim’s most popular grid.
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. Kitely
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 manager