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Friday, March 19, 2010

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Ann Otoole

Linden Lab already flatly stated there will be no major changes in functionality. Take that any way you want but it looks to me like they don't care what anyone has to say about it. Judging from the rate of people leaving Linden Lab I would say Linden Lab has issues.

Valiant Westland

Zha did a great job with this review. This is the type of feedback every good BETA Manager dreams of!

I am one of the people who is so excited by the promise of Shared Media, I have possibly been too lenient in my objective evaluation of the new UI. As I read Zha's analysis I found myself nodding in agreement with many of her points.

Since the release of the new viewer, I have been pleased with the Lab’s efforts to field questions, listen to user input and make changes that the community identified as serious functionality / security concerns. I hope they continue to accept feedback like this revue and the release candidate of the V2.x client offers all the functionality and usability we need.

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