I’m one of the core developers of OpenSim, working on many different areas ranging from asset and inventory to performance and infrastructure issues. I’ve created some data persistence formats such as OpenSim Archives (OARs) and OpenSim Inventory Archives (IARs).
I work as a freelance OpenSim consultant. For more details please see the Hire me page.
All the opinions published on this page are all my own – they may not be shared by the rest of the OpenSim core developers.
On the Linden grid I’m Lulworth Beaumont. On other grids I’m generally Justin Clark-Casey.
In the real world, I live in Southampton in the UK.
If you’re be interested in having me talking about OpenSimulator or related topics at a real or virtual meeting or conference then please let me know. So far
- I was an interviewed about OpenSimulator at the September monthly meeting of the Nordic Virtual Worlds Network.
- I presented on OpenSimulator at MetaMeets 2011.
- Along with Dirk Krause and Markus Strickler of Pixelpark, I contributed chapter 15, entitled “Utilizing Open Source Virtual World Platforms for Business and Serious Games” to Competence Management for Open Innovation, published by EUL Verlag in December 2010.
- I talked about OpenSimulator on episode 72 of the TWIT network’s Free Libre Open Source Software podcast with Leo Laporte, Randall Schwarz and Jono Bacon.
- I was a member of the Open-Source, Interoperable Virtual Worlds panel at the 2008 Virtual Worlds Conference and Expo in Los Angeles.