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My favourite third-party viewer, Imprudence, has moved its 1.3.0 developments out of beta and into release as 1.3.0 final.

This is, to my way of thinking, a good thing indeed.

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Mmmm. A new Imprudence viewer release candidate, with fixes and a yummy selection of fonts. Delicious! Seems to work a treat as expected.

[Linden Lab] has every right to refuse to list third-party software in [its] viewer directory or to bar third-party software from the grid, for [any reason not prohibited by law],” said one developer who declined to be named,”but suggesting [in this case] that third-party developers are violating [the GNU Public License and intellectual property rights] is just bullshit. [It’s] wrong and it’s defamatory.

I’ve paraphrased that just a little, partly to tone the language down a touch.

And back we go to LLKDU, the extended Kakadu JPEG2000 library.

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It’s Second Life viewer madness lately. With the Imprudence viewer suddenly thrust into the limelight, and suddenly inundated with thousands of new users, Beebe’s going to interview Imprudence developer McCabe Maxstead on her upcoming show.

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