OpenSim Total Land Area Still Increasing – March 2018 Update


Land area of OpenSim’s public grids, in standard region equivalents. (Hypergrid Business data.)

According to Hypergrid Business latest report for March 2018 it looks like OpenSim total land area is still increasing month on month. Apparently OpenSim land area gained a total of 3, 400 standard region equivalents this month. The number of active users increased by 1, 300 this month.

The biggest grid on OpenSim at the moment is the OSgrid with a total of 20, 203 standard region equivalents. Kitely comes in 2nd place with a total of 17, 372 regions followed by Atek Grid with just 7, 011 regions. The grids with the most active users at the moment: OSgrid with 4, 183 users followed by Metropolis with 3, 473 users and GreekLife with 2, 313 users.

For some reason InWorldz have not reported their stats for this month or last month.

Recently Kitely reached a new milestone of 100, 000 registered users with significant growth over the past year. The Kitely Market now has “11,566 product listings in Kitely Market containing 22,261 product variations, of which 17,218 are exportable. Kitely Market has delivered items to 257 OpenSim grids to date”.

Exportable products on Kitely continue to increase. (Kitely Market Data.)

Second Life Total Land Area – As of 18th March 2018

  • Total Main Grid Regions: 23, 298
  • Private Estates: 16, 058
  • Linden Owned: 7, 240
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2 thoughts on “OpenSim Total Land Area Still Increasing – March 2018 Update

  1. nalates

    So… has anyone considered what more land for OS means? A well-done study indicated that longevity in a VW depends on person to person interactions. More land means fewer avatars per sq. meter, few interactions likely…

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    1. Daniel Voyager Post author

      That’s true nalates. I often log into opensim grids and I don’t see many avatars around. Maybe at events and welcome areas sometimes.

      In terms of Second Life there are more avatars everywhere per sq. meter and interactions. The total Second Life land mass is smaller than OpenSim and it amazes me how OpenSim still seems to keep on growing.

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