lordgreggreg

lordgreggreg

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410 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Under the Big Tent · 0 replies · 0 points

I've never heard of him. Pretty clear what his intentions are though.

http://modularsystems.sl/index.php?option=com_myb...

410 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Under the Big Tent · 2 replies · 0 points

well, i may have misread his group tag, but he defiantly has nothing to do with emerald.
Also, the content protection system is not going to charge any money either.

I don't know where you get these things. You seem to have some mental block in your head where emerald, somehow someway , MUST be evil. Even to the point where you jump to ridiculous conclusion based on false evidence.

Please, before you go post something to mislead others, talk to one of us first and check your facts. We have never been hard to contact.

410 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Under the Big Tent · 2 replies · 0 points

ffs.
"NOT ME: Sure. If I may. If we um. If we were to the extend the viewer and uh, um, build into that viewer, for instance, calls to data that existed on a 3rd party server, as well as existed or was mirrored locally in the client, that allowed for interaction with in-world functions. The idea is that there would be a for profit motive. Um, the functions within the viewer itself would be available to anybody complying with license but those functions would be useless for anybody who was not subscribed server side component that supported them."

That was the imprudence guy. NOT me. -.-

411 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - The Open Sourcerous Ap... · 0 replies · 0 points

I am really amazed at how people can completely twist things.
Yes, we added backup code to the emerald viewer so people can have better control of their data, whether you like it or not, that is something LL has said is fine many times in the past, as well as in the most recent brown bag.
No, I did not appreciate phox taking out the permissions check, I understand that it was inevitable, but it is still not the correct thing in my eyes.

For some reason you just hate to belive that I don't like people who steal. Every single thing I have done against them. 1. par plugins clothing protection. 2. emerald clothing protection. 3. cryolife detection bot 4. permission checks in the jira and in emerald. 5. not supporting neil life and removing it from the sl wiki 6. arguing with phox 7. working with j on a auto detection system for copied items.

You some how find a way to twist this and make it out like im faking or something. You have absolutely zero facts to go by. Every single one of my actions have always been against this stuff.

Also, me talking to you about emerald was not curious at all, doesn't it make seince? It is something we both have in common. Sure, you efforts against emerald are pointless, but I do try to put our differences aside and try to find ways to work together, or at least direct your energy to a more appropriate target. Apparently this makes me a shady person if your looking for a way to excite your audience -.-

Also, i know you didn't say it directly, but you sure tried to allude that I had something to do with publishing a viewer that contained viruses. That is more insulting to me than I think you can ever understand.

What is the emerald coders real intent? How is that not plainly obvious? We are making a alternate viewer to improve people's second life. I enjoy making people happy. I feel proud being able to spend my free time working on a project that tens of thousands of people appreciate. This is the same deal with the par plugins, my work in the script academy, and a very large portion of why im on second life. If you have this "too good to be true", feeling, I can understand, but do your research! The code is open source! Look at it! compile it yourself. We cant really be much more open than that. I suppose people will always speculate and have rumors of their own, but just try to educate yourself once you get the time.

tl;dr; If you read this. Do some research and get facts instead of listening to rumors and speculation. If you have any questions , talk to me personally. -LordGregGreg Back

412 weeks ago @ Shopping Cart Disco - Huge Cache of Stolen C... · 0 replies · +1 points

i have no idea who it was.

412 weeks ago @ Shopping Cart Disco - Huge Cache of Stolen C... · 0 replies · +1 points

sorry, i just wanted that to be in the direct line of sight for people who didn't click the replys button. will do next time, thanks for the lightning fast response.

412 weeks ago @ Shopping Cart Disco - Huge Cache of Stolen C... · 6 replies · +1 points

hey just a heads up. that above comment was NOT me. (lordgreggreg back)

417 weeks ago @ Shopping Cart Disco - Rebel Hope Theft: Blac... · 0 replies · +1 points

Oy, thats true. But i think the dmca has stuff in it to hadle cases like that.. so there should also be a automatic way to get your stuff put back on the market.

But once again.. this seems to really depend on accountablity, else and army of alts could take down the grid through forced dmca stuff

417 weeks ago @ Shopping Cart Disco - Rebel Hope Theft: Blac... · 0 replies · +1 points

They should have a auto matic system just like this to take care of any dmca reports, as they are legally required to do. This is very very good results.
I wish they had a better accountability for certain avatars so they dpnt just make an alt and do it again.. but one step at a time i supose. Once more and more poeople fore LL to do what they must.. necessity is the mother of invention.. they will come up with a better way.