Many of our organizers are still traveling and we’ve got a ton of emails, tweets, pictures, posts, videos and more to catch up on, but we wanted to send a huge thanks to everyone who participated in the Second Life Community Convention 2011 this year, whether you were in Oakland, in Second Life, or on the web!
I would like to offer my congratulations to the organizations of the 2011 Second Life Community Convention. I did not get to experience as much of SLCC as I would have liked this year due to other work obligations.
Photos from SLCC11 by Richard Finkelstein (Leko Littlebird). Photos may be used or published online or in print by Linden Lab, Conference organizers, or those depicted in the photos. All I ask is credit under either my real or SLname.
Google Translation: I recently finished the 2011 SLCC (Second Life Community Convention), that the Second Life virtual environment using the seventh meeting of the community. The real space in Oakland and the virtual environment of this established location of events is perhaps one of the most important conferences in Second Life's users, who are interested in the system's future, opportunities, limitations, the developers plans and even more so to those users who have these issues come together to talk once a year.
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