License & Permission Terms
The following OAR files of the 2013 OpenSimulator Community Conference Center and associated regions are being released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) license and with Full Permissions (Next owner can: Copy, Modify, Transfer, Export to other grids) for OpenSimulator and any other compatible virtual world platform.
If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the derivative work only under the same or similar license to this one, including the Full Permissions status for OpenSimulator and compatible platforms.
Note that some specific items within the builds may have more permissive (but not less permissive) license terms than this one. In all cases, items that differ from this general license contain a notecard with the specific license terms for that item.
Items created specifically for the conference by volunteer staff members as part of their duties for the conference are governed by the OpenSimulator Community Conference Intellectual Property Policy, which states that the original creator retains all rights to their works, but they have granted a non-exclusive license to the conference organizers, AvaCon, Inc. and the Core Developers of OpenSimulator, which includes the right to redistribute content created for the conference under the license terms stated above.
Please respect the rights of the content creators and ensure that all license notices, notecards, links, or other documentation stay with the object if you choose to redistribute the OAR files or any items contained within them. The easiest way to do that is to leave items in their original packaging, leave notecard items in the contents, or to link to this page as attribution.
By downloading any of the OAR files below, you are agreeing to abide by these license and permission terms.
For more information about how to use an OAR file, please see the OAR file wiki page on the OpenSimulator wiki.
Download the Standalone Regions
The following regions were designed as single, standalone regions:
- Landing Zone Region
- Breakout Zone Region
- Expo Zone Region
Download the Keynote Regions
The keynote regions were designed for a 2×2 contiguous region configuration.
- Keynote 1 (SW corner)
- Keynote 2 (SE corner)
- Keynote 3 (NW corner)
- Keynote 4 (NE corner)
When importing the keynote region OAR files, be sure that the four region X,Y coordinates match the following layout for best results:
The Build Team & Acknowledgements
The builds of OSCC13 were the result of many collaborative partnerships, individual donations of new creations, and adaptations of existing open source content. In many ways, the builds of OSCC13 showcase the creative talents of dozens and dozens of people and what’s possible when open source content can be reused and remixed.
The Landing Zones were first built from scratch by the Air Force Research Laboratory Discovery Center Tec^Edge ”Summer at the Edge” Student Build Team and then modified, adapted, and re-textured by the OSCC13 Build Team, especially Armenious Resident and Cheops Forlife7. Special thanks to Frans Charming for the scripted map boards and rotating sponsor signs.
The Breakout Zones began from the open source Universal Campus, modified by Fleep Tuque to fit on a single region, modified and adapted and re-textured by the Air Force Research Laboratory Discovery Center Tec^Edge ”Summer at the Edge” Student Build Team, and then further modified by the OSCC13 Build Team, especially Buffy Beale and Cam Chevalier, Cheops Forlife7, Frans Charming, Joe Radik, and Jeff Cost. Special thanks to Buffy Beale and Cam Chevalier for their heroic work creating customized booths for each speaker, Frans Charming for the scripted panel chairs, and Jeff Cost‘s tireless tweaking of the sit scripts in the auditorium chairs.
Keynote Regions – The Keynote Regions main build was donated by Nebadon Izumi. Fleep Tuque textured and added modifications, and Eryn Galen and Chibo Ryder customized signage and speaker booths.
OSCC13 Build Team
Air Force Research Laboratory Discovery Center
Tec^Edge ”Summer at the Edge” Student Build Team:
Program Director: Dr. Robert Williams
Build Team Managers: Lydia Divine and Mark Siebert
Special thanks to Lydia Divine and Mark Siebert for overseeing and coordinating all of the student build teams!
Other Acknowledgements & Special Thanks
We also would like to acknowledge and thank members of the community whose open source or Creative Commons licensed works were used in the production of the conference.
Thanks to the Air Force Research Laboratory Discovery Lab, Dr. Robert Williams, and students of the Tec^Edge ”Summer at the Edge” student research program for the landing and breakout region zone components. Members of the student build team includes: Daltin Loomis, Joseph Merrill, Spencer Lukowski, Jacob Slezak, Dalton Flanagan, Miranda McGrothers, Kristen Tate, Bryan Rich, Shea Tolson, Josh Crank, and learning interns Matt Larson, Michael Erno, Abigail Riffle, Jonathan Sander, Jocelyn Meyer, Wilson Bailey, and William Gross. Special thanks to Lydia Divine and Mark Siebert for overseeing and coordinating all of the student build teams! Discovery Lab, a partnership of WBI and AFRL, brings together multidisciplinary, joint teams into the Tec^Edge environment for a period of a few weeks to one or more years, allowing for intense collaboration on a specific challenge or opportunity.
Thanks to Linda Kellie and Zadaroo.com for various avatar components used in the making of the default local account avatars.
Thanks to Fleep Tuque and the FleepGrid Web Shop for various avatar components used in the making of the default local account avatars.
Thanks to Jamie Wright of OpenSim Creations for various avatar components used in the making of the default local account avatars.
Thanks to Queenie of OpenSim Creations for the “Mown Hair” avatar component used in the making of the Cyber Woman default local account avatar.
Thanks to Ruben Haan of OSGrid and OpenSim Creations for the “Black Boots” avatar component used in the making of the Cyber default local account avatars.
Thanks to Carn Iggle of OSGrid for the “Hippo” avatar.