New Linden Home Security System Available


Today Patch Linden posted a small update about a new and improved version of the Linden Homes Security system which rolls out now. It’s packaged inside the Content Pack via the home rezzer Life Buoy or Mailox. Check it out 🙂

This new version now includes the following features…

  • 1 Land Impact – You asked for it and here it is!
  • Menus – Now uses a dialog menu system to create and manage an access whitelist. NO MORE NOTECARD!
  • More Admins – You can name one or more people who will have permission to administer the security system.
  • Sky Alert  – If you are using the security system in a skybox, it can notify you when someone is hovering within 1000m for more than 15 seconds, even if they are not close enough to be ejected by the system.

Please spread the word 🙂

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Squishy Pickle II Arrives Next To The Bellisseria Continent


Squishy Pickle II has arrived

Within the last 24 hours or so the Bellisseria Continent has increased it’s land mass again by 40 new regions with a huge new addition of Squishy Pickle II regions east of the new continent.

This is very exciting news for the whole Bellisseria community. The top part of Squishy Pickle II the Moles have already built new homes, houseboats and some of the roadways. There are new water lakes going down south. Can’t wait to see what else the Moles build have in the works next.

New water lakes, new houseboats, new areas and a new lighthouse

Squishy Pickle II comes at a excellent time because the Bellisseria continent (known as SSP back then) first appeared on the grid back in mid August 2018.

New Linden homes and new Houseboats work has already started
Squishy Pickle I & Squishy Pickle II

New developments happening on the original SSP continent

New camper/trailer area in development in SSP84
New development happening in SSP185
Big development going on in SSP264 & SSP280

The Sunken Houseboat in Millers Pond


Bugs Bunny in a spacesuit underwater lol

There is a underwater sunken houseboat in Millers Pond on the new Bellisseria continent in Second Life. The only way to access it is by using a space suit or divers suit because of the high pressure that builds up.

Sitting on a chair underwater
Bugs Bunny goes deeper
The left overs of the houseboat deep down

Visit The Sunken Houseboat in Millers Pond Here

LEA officially closing down at the end of August 2019


LEA regions – 20th July

On Thursday 18th July the Linden Endowment for the Arts Committee announced that the LEA regions in Second Life will be officially closing down at the end of August 2019. The LEA Land Grant was closed by Linden Lab back in January 2019. Just a small number of the committee stayed on to administer the LEA Core regions for the remaining grant commitments apparently. Those grants are now coming to an end and the decision has been made to shut down at the end of next month.

 
The Committee of the Linden Endowment for the Arts regrets to inform residents of Second Life that the LEA regions will be closing at the end of August 2019.
 
In November 2018, the Committee decided that the best way forward was for the members to step down, and allow Linden Lab to revamp or re-organise the program, with new members if they wished.
 
At that time, the bi-annual Land Grant (the AIR regions) were shuttered. A small number of the Committee stayed on to administer the Core Regions until the remaining grant commitments ran their course. Those grants are now coming to an end, and therefore the LEA will be closed at the end of August 2019
 
It will be sad to see the LEA program be closed down and it will be missed by the Second Life community. LEA was founded back in 2010 then had it’s first events in 2011. The arts community and Linden Lab have shared a successful venture (exhibitions, programs & events) over the years showcasing the very best arts on the grid. LEA inspired a huge number of people to participate over the years in promoting arts in Second Life.
 
I think Linden Lab should start a brand new program after LEA closes next month to support the arts community showcase their amazing work. If the lab decide not to continue support then it would be very sad and a huge mistake. Today there are so many talented artists that would love the opportunity to showcase their work in Second Life.