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Artair Glendullen

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  1. I got one in Clamdigger! Here's a shot of all the content pack contents. And a list (part 2) of all of them. The two boxes are the stilt textures and the Belli Terrain textures.
  2. Angles, lol. Idlewood's actually the larger of the two stone cottages P.0.E makes, and it comes in at a whopping... 58li, not counting lights and accessories. And the marketplace store isn't up right this second, but here's a link to the store's Flickr page.
  3. It's not that biiig. : P It's three rooms. Here it is in the daytime, from the front, with a Todd for scale.
  4. So uh. I may have scrapped the station idea. Instead, here's a few WIP shots of the cottage I'm working on instead. I'm also working on a custom EEP daycycle for it.
  5. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Whither/100/156/30 I think it might be time for me to take a break from Belli for a little while, so I'm going to be putting my Vic in Whither up at 2pm.
  6. Lemme preface this by saying I'm no expert in AWS or database administration. But. Second Life is a very old and probably very large pile of data. In order to get it onto Amazon's servers, they have to go through that data and the code that runs it to make sure it'll still work once it's in the cloud instead of on their own devices. Then they have to prepare the data and make sure it's as optimized as it can be so the transfer will go as smooth as it can. Considering how much and how varied the content in sl is (textures, mesh data, primitive data, item data, avatar data, inventories, regions, items in that region...) That is a lot to prepare. And it can take a while. And that's the easy part. Once the data's ready, they'll have to upload it. How fast it goes depends on internet speed and quality, etc, like normal uploads. But they have to keep an eye on it, lest it suddenly corrupt and then we're left with nothing. A dataset of around 700 terabytes can take two months to upload in optimal conditions, with a team working to ensure good latency, give or take because I'm not sure if it's changed. And need I remind, California is on literal fire and there's a plague going on. Service probably isn't optimal right now. Basically/tl;dr: it's probably going to take a solid couple of months to test things, and then a couple more to upload everything. It's very complex, and very, very easy to mess something vital up.
  7. it's not exactly a traditional house, but here's the spacer's lounge of the space station i'm in the thick of building at the moment. i kind of wanted to put a full kitchen in, but airport lounges don't have that, and that's kind of what i was going for.
  8. this is a wip, but once it's done it might be my last build in belli. maybe? for a while? i honestly don't know. will update when it's complete.
  9. Things are only important to the people who feel that those things are important. For example, open relationships aren't important to me whatsoever, but to another person, that might be a defining factor of who they are. We might all need the same basic things (air, food, water, shelter), but once you get past that, individuals are bundles of sometimes entirely different emotional and physical needs.
  10. At the moment? Not much. But I'm trying to locate physical copies of The Cloakmaster Cycle/any Spelljammer novel in general, so I can read 'em at work (no electronics on the production floor means no e-booking, unfortunately).
  11. Picked up as in 'off to someone's place to bump pixels'? Nah. Picked up as in 'hey, there's this cool event going on/neat area to explore, wanna see it'? Several times. Like, aww yeah, show me some prims arranged in a really cool way.
  12. I just want something with some sandstone/brick involved. I love the heck out of the stone textures present in current Belli, and would love to see the same treatment on the exterior of a home.
  13. It's real dysphoria hoodie hours right now, but that's not gonna stop me from hanging out in Randelsham for a little while.
  14. Is there a prim limit on things we can donate? : D Because I've got a small piece of something I meant to send in last time, but it's 4li.
  15. I don't mind it, myself. The hedges are a bit weird, and they could do with a few more trees and a bit of grass sprinkled in, but I can kind of see what they were going for. It's Every Canadian Highway Ever, but the minimalist version.
  16. There was, at one point, a giant freenis floating over one of the Meadowbrook Linden Homes. It showed up on the map as a flesh-coloured smudge before the Governance team zapped it.
  17. Dplay I'm not sure on since I don't use it, but Netflix seems to be solid so far? Maybe? If it was down, Twitter would be going nutso about it.
  18. Level3/CenturyLink is causing stuff to loop around once it crosses their borders, which is messing up a number of services in the US and Europe. So Second Life isn't broken. The internet is broken.
  19. The only time I really get miffed at people for how they look is when they're wearing 200k+ complexity avatars in an event space, especially when show only friends isn't an option. Otherwise, there are some pretty interesting people with prim and/or system avatars. I know of a few people who've had the same avatar bases forever, and seeing them use different/'upgrade' would make them unrecognizable.
  20. I can answer this one! It's the second. The hud 'phones home' to check if it's in the region a delivery is going to, like stated in your second point. (or it may just store the region name and then pull some lsl to compare, i'm not sure). No scripted object has to be on the land at all. Hubs have to be rez zones because some people start out specifically at hubs in order to pick up cargo and go. So, no place to rez means no vehicle, since wearable vehicles aren't included yet.
  21. ...I don't have a single bingo and I just had my 11th rez day. I'm WORKING on owning a region, though.
  22. The camper's in Beaver Lagoon, overlooking a little bridge that crosses the lake there. Tossing it back, it's a wee bit too close to the others for my taste.
  23. Back when I had a fountain, I'd swap out between Hextraordinary's, Dahlia's Ravello fountain, and Theory's Courtyard fountain for a bit. Theory's is the lowest li, though it's a bit rough around the edges. I ended up using it for the longest. I also pulled the scripts/sound out of the Ravello and dropped it in because I just liked that sound better.
  24. i'm sure you all want to see my BIG, THICC PYTHON.
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