This weekend I completed a version upgrade for the Fire And Ice Grid. The upgrade went smoothly with little disruption for my users. The whole process took just 30 mins. Logins had to be closed but only for 5 mins while the Robust server was restarted.

Full details and be found on the Fire And Ice Grid Blog.

The main web design process for the grid has been completed now. There will be ongoing maintenance and improvement tasks but the bulk of the design process is complete.

This week I am hoping to speak with lecturers at the University Of Hull about my degree courses later stages. If it is possible to link my personal project with my university course I would love to make that happen.

I feel privileged to have opened a dialogue with Ai Austin about testing Bakes on Mesh and other aspects of Opensimulator. Ai Austin is a professor at the University Of Edinburgh. His experience as a researcher and virtual worlds will be invaluable.

This latest Fire And Ice Grid Upgrade is part of my ongoing commitment to keeping up with the latest developments in OpenSimulator. One of the big projects I am looking forward to starting is replacing the wifi signup pages. Currently, because it is so closely integrated with Robust Wifi does not support SSL.

Written by Sara Payne

Student of Computer Science at The University Of Hull and small. The proprietor of 2 small businesses (1st Class Travel Taxis and The Fire And Ice Opensim Grid), also an app-based student of Italian.

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