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Monday, November 26, 2007

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csven

Just so happens I've been asking around regarding whether or not LL is still regulating/capping concurrency. I don't recall them saying they'd *stopped* after they said they were instituting a policy of kicking unverifieds to allow premium account owners access.

So, is LL still capping, but moving the max concurrency in controlled fashion? And if they stopped, when did they announce it?

Tateru Nino

As far as I know, they never actually exercised the cap. They did say, after all, that they would announce any time that they were doing so.

csven

I thought they'd effectively announced it and just never stopped. Would be good to get an official word on this.

Stacey Sugar

Its probable that the majority of those concurrent users are bots either using that L$2k per avatar in-world bot system or using a text based SL client like Sleek. They don't contribute anything to the SL experience so LL needs to think of a way to stop them.

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