New Premium Shiny
Yesterday the Lindens announced a new benefit for Premium Members. If you are Premium, your Transaction History will now reach back 90 days. Free members can reach back only 32 days. (No I don’t know why 32.)
With the announcement, we got some statistics.
There’s a ton of activity in Second Life’s L$ economy: every day, the Marketplace alone sees more than 20,000 unique buyers purchasing more than L$16,000,000 worth of goods from more than 15,000 unique sellers. That’s a whole lotta Lindens changing hands! And that’s not even including inworld transactions.
This is set of DAILY numbers. I suspect they are averages. Still, it is impressive.
This morning a roll was stared and then canceled. The system started overloading. At today’s Server-Scripting UG the Lindens did not yet know the cause. Rumor is RC regions were restarting too. But, that is unclear.
The problem will get sorted and a new roll will be attempted next week.
There is no RC roll this week.
Down Time Rescheduled
The Lindens announced: Our support upgrade has been postponed! The upgrade which was meant to take place today [11/7] will now be scheduled for tomorrow 11/08 at 3:00pm PST. The upgrade will continue through Thursday Morning, when we plan to re-open our support site at 9:00am.
The Main Viewer is version 220.127.116.119115. This version was released in week #42.
Second Life Alex Ivy Viewer version 18.104.22.1680354 – This is a new version. The previous version was 22.214.171.1248209.
Second Life Maintenance Viewer version 126.96.36.1999707 – released in week #42. No update.
Second Life Voice Viewer version 188.8.131.528552 – released in week #42. No update.
Second Life Project 360 Snapshot Viewer version 184.108.40.2066743 – Correction!!! This viewer has not updated since week #27.
Second Life Project Animesh Viewer version 220.127.116.119458 – Released in week 42.
Black Dragon 64x – Update 2.9.1 “Bit Dragon”
NiranV has updated the Black Dragon viewer. See the release notes here.
Nothing earth-shaking. There is an animation preview for .anim files. That is kinda awesome. Plus some interface changes.