User:Python Morales

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or 'antont' as on irc and some other places,

Toni Alatalo, a developer and an entrepeneur at Playsign

works with OpenSim and RealXtend and Blender and some others.

does game dev.

was at AWG2, reporting / looking at stuff from the Rex perspective, but also game dev related

general architecture things are of course interesting in all this, is the all of it is quite something. an opportunity, perhaps even, to unify Internet things more. i've long time interest in there.

  1. [9:04] Gigs Taggart: / No blacklist system is bulletproof.. but something like IRC has distributed banlists that do OK.
  2. [9:05] Tao Takashi: back
  3. [9:05] Gorgon Smit: / BRB
  4. [9:05] Tao Takashi: ban lists via XMPP  ;-)
  5. [9:05] Adam Xinpeng: hahaha
  6. [9:05] Python Morales: foaf would be used for 'enemies of friends' instead :p

.. interoperability & extensibility is an interesting drive that gets this going

  1. [10:50] Gareth Ellison: all the UDP stuff is there
  2. [10:50] Gareth Ellison: i wish the caps messages were more documented
  3. [10:51] Prospero Linden: WE could solve a bunch of stuff by letting Agents receive "encoded" messages along the lines of MIME, so that one need not explicitly implement them.
  4. [10:51] otakup0pe Neumann: prospero +1
  5. [10:51] otakup0pe Neumann: heh +1 bit barf
  6. [10:51] Phoenix Linden: I see a lot of use in having Appendix A note 1) postcard capability.
  7. [10:51] Neas Bade: +1
  8. [10:51] Gareth Ellison: heh, how about actually using MIME for all CAPS stuff?
  9. [10:52] Saijanai Kuhn: the current Joy of Improved Instant Message
  10. [10:52] Zha Ewry: winges at MIME
  11. [10:52] Gareth Ellison: Goldie - each group has a home domain
  12. [10:52] Phoenix Linden: / not all viewers will support, and not all region domains will support it
  13. [10:52] Gary Grainger: void bitbarf() { int badstd = 1; }
  14. [10:52] Gareth Ellison: group members are stored as URLs
  15. [10:52] Neas Bade: zha: mime content types are a good thing :P
  16. [10:52] Tree Kyomoon: / this is where "MAY", "SHOULD", and "MUST" come in
  17. [10:52] Phoenix Linden: / the phases leave out object updates
  18. [10:52] Phoenix Linden: / and agent motion inside a region
  19. [10:52] Python Morales: right
  20. [10:52] Zha Ewry: Content types yes
  21. [10:52] Zha Ewry: encodings, no
  22. [10:52] Gareth Ellison: "i trust that these people are in this group"
  23. [10:52] Phoenix Linden: agreed
  24. [10:52] Prospero Linden: would propose a MUST on an "encoded" type, even if the payload can't be decoded
  25. [10:52] Gareth Ellison: "i trust this agent domain knows about it's own agents"
  26. [10:53] Saijanai Kuhn: The current handling for messages is all encapsulated in ImrpovedInstantMessage. Theose TYPES of messages should be handled in some way, I think