Second Life to open up, slowly

In an interview with New York Times columnist David Pogue Phillip Rosedale, CEO of Linden Lab and the head behind Second Life, acknowledges that the software behind Second Life will have to be open sourced at some point. Second Life is so complex a piece of software that to keep growing “we have to really open it up so that a lot of people can work on it with us.” (The SL client already was open-sourced recently.)

(However, it looks like the infamous Corn Field punishment isn’t being applied anymore)


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