Tansee Resident and Riannah Avora have started a new interesting movement recently to try and keep the LEA alive in Second Life. They have formed a new group in Second Life called LEA 2.0 The New Future – Save LEA ! which is worth joining. The group was formed to find positive people who are willing to share hopeful suggestions.
120 members have already joined the new LEA 2.0 group which is a good start and hopefully hundreds more will join in the weeks ahead.
Join the group today (free) and help save LEA!
Join Group to SAVE The LEA Sandbox, AIR grants, Core grants and the future of SL Virtual Art and Creativity. Be Proactive . This is an opportunity for “Positive” voices to be heard and be a part of the continuing growth and innovation of virtual art and creativity at LEA with dignified and equal respect to all concerned artists.
Please Be specific with your suggestions . Offer reasonalbe solutions
Send Notecards to Rianna Avora Baron or Tansee
On 25th July Tansee Resident and Riannah Avora apparently sent an email to Patch Linden and Derrik Linden about the new group effort to save LEA. Suggestions and ideas will be sent to Linden Lab next week.
The hope now is for the lab to respond back with an agreement which would be amazing news for the Second Life community and most importantly the LEA community. A new committee with fresh eyes and abilities will likely be formed soon if the lab accepts. If Linden Lab don’t reach an agreement then this will be deeply sad news indeed.
In LEA2 its now showing a message saying support LEA 2.0 on the map. Yes I totally agree everyone needs to come together and save LEA from closing down next month.
Please spread the word and lets make a positive difference as a community.
6 thoughts on “Join The LEA 2.0 Group”
Reblogged this on Thar She Blows! and commented:
Daniel writes: “Please spread the word and lets make a positive difference as a community. ”
Ok ,done. Feeling positively positive now. 🙂
Thats good to hear 🙂
Reblogged this on Around the Grid and commented:
Definitely give this a look. Art is one of the reasons SL was created, as I recall, as well as making money, and the LEA has celebrated our creativity for many years now. Do not let it sink gently into the digital sea.
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I’m keeping my eye on this very closely with LEA 🙂
I find it intriguing that the SL community, as a whole, has stepped up the initiative to become proactive in saving not just targeted sims, like the recent Hangars Liquides, but now the LEA. It’s dawning on people that in spite of the renewed awareness of Open Sim, Second Life still has much to offer, and its going to remain “home” for thousands of people. And you just don’t let your home get foreclosed because the money isn’t there. Not without a fight!
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Second Life is still the best in my eyes 🙂