The SL12B community celebration ended last week with a huge final party where the cake stage exploded over the central regions. There was a large attendance for the party and I thought it worked rather well. The SL12B community celebration was a huge success and everyone should be very proud of the work created this year for the birthday.
This week the SL12B exhibits have been put away for another year and the break down process has started. The SL12B regions will be going offline this weekend and the countdown for SL13B will then begin.
Here is a message from Doc…
Thank you SL12B Community
We would like to thank everyone who contributed, volunteered and exhibited. All the DJs and Performers and the builders. It took an army of volunteers to bring this year’s birthday celebration together.
If you enjoyed this year’s event and want to be a part next year, keep an eye on this blog and stay in the SLB Community Group for notification of next year’s festivities.
To mark the end of the live performances at SL12B Community Celebration Bewell Ormega put on a huge fireworks show between 11:30pm SLT (28th) to 12am SLT (29th) at the SL12B Stunning Cake Stage. It was really amazing to attend the final event of SL12B and I have to say I have loved this year’s birthday celebrations from start to end.
Thanks to all the organisers for the best party yet. 🙂
The Linden talks I thought worked really well along with the SL12B music festival. I enjoyed exploring with the SL12B raptor avatar and sharing adventures on my SL Flickr stream. The theme What Dreams May Come I liked and the builds were much better this year. The stages and live music was fantastic. The SL12B BIG Hunt continues until 4th July 2015.
The SL12B regions will remain open for viewing until Saturday 4th July 2015. This is a great time to visit the exhibits and explore before the sims go offline for another year.
I hope that you have enjoyed by special SL12B blog coverage this week and all my SL12B snapshots can be found on my SL Flickr stream. I’m looking forward to SL13B and I’m sure it will be another awesome one.
Please share in comments your thoughts on SL12B! Thanks 🙂
On Friday 26th June 2015 Ebbe Linden was interviewed by Jo Yardley and Saffia Widdershins at the SL12B Auditorium. This was the last of the Meet The Lindens talks at the birthday celebration and the session lasted for about a hour. There were more than 100 attendees at the talk and there were technical issues at the start.
Ebbe Linden talked about Second Life, Project Sansar, Third Party viewers and more. It’s worth listening to if you missed the talk yesterday as there are some interesting updates.
Here is the full replay of Ebbe Linden talk at SL12B
If you have missed any of the “Meet The Lindens” interviews at the SL12B this week then here is another chance to watch them again. I have been to a few talks this week and found them very interesting. There have been huge audiences for all of the talks so far and I think it’s been a success.
I hope that talks will be held with more Lindens during future birthdays of Second Life and it would be nice to see the keynotes speech back again at the start/end of the birthday.
Don’t forget that Ebbe Linden the CEO of Linden Lab will be LIVE today at 1pm SLT (9pm UK time) at the SL12B Auditorium. Arrive early to get access before the regions become too full.
Monday 22nd June – Oz Linden, Engineering Director, Second Life.
Tuesday 23rd June – Patch Linden, Senior Manager, Product Operations, and Dee Linden, Land Product Specialist.
Wednesday 24th June – Xiola Linden, Lead Community Manager, and Pete Linden, Senior Director, Global Communications at Linden Lab.
Thursday 25th June – Danger Linden, Sr. Director, Product, Virtual Worlds and Troy Linden, Senior Producer.
Friday 26th June – Ebbe Linden, CEO Linden Lab at 1pm SLT!
On Wednesday 24th June, Pete Linden and Xiola Linden were interviewed by Saffia Widdershins at the SL12B Auditorium. There were more than 100 attendee’s that came along to listen and join in. The surrounding regions were full and at times it lagged but the event went rather well with no major crashes.
Here is the full interview (runs for 1 hour and 12 minutes)