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OpenSim is a BSD Licensed Open Source project to develop a functioning virtual worlds server platform capable of supporting multiple clients and servers in a heterogeneous grid structure.  OpenSim is written in C#, and can run under [http://www.mono-project.com/Main_Page Mono] or the MicroSoft .NET runtimes.
  
This is the top level page for the OpenSim wiki. The links below are to various pages useful in obtaining, compiling and running OpenSim on both Windows & Linux.
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== Getting Started with OpenSim ==
  
* [[OpenSim]]
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* [[OpenSim: Install]] (How to install the simulator software)
** [[OpenSim: FAQ]]    (A set of Frequently Asked Questions)
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* [[OpenSim: Configuration]] (How to configure the simulator for various modes)
** [[OpenSim: Install]] (How to install the simulator software)
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* [[OpenSim: Network settings]] (How to setup the network for the simulator)
** [[OpenSim: Configuration]] (How to configure the simulator for various modes)
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* [[OpenSim: Running]] (How to run standalone, local grid & public grid modes)
** [[OpenSim: Network settings]] (How to setup the network for the simulator)
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* [[OpenSim: Connecting]] (How to connect to an OpenSim server)
** [[OpenSim: Running]] (How to run standalone, local grid & public grid modes)
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* [[OpenSim: FAQ]]    (A set of Frequently Asked Questions)
** [[OpenSim: Connecting]] (How to connect to an OpenSim server)
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** [[OpenSim: Testing]] (What is tested)
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== OpenSim Development ==
** [[OpenSim: TechRef]] (A technical description of the simulator operation)
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** [[OpenSim: Grids]]  (Known Public grids currently available)
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The [[OpenSim: Development Team|OpenSim Team]] is currently working towards the 0.4 release of OpenSim.
** [[Opensim: 0.4 Release Target Discussion]]
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** [[Opensim: 0.5 Release Target Discussion]]
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* [[OpenSim: Testing]] (What is tested)
** [[OpenSim: Development Team]]
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* [[OpenSim: TechRef]] (A technical description of the simulator operation)
** [[OpenSim: Class Diagrams]]
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* [[OpenSim: Grids]]  (Known Public grids currently available)
** [[OpenSim: Scripting]] (How to use scripts and what limitations apply)
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* [[Opensim: 0.4 Release Target Discussion]]
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* [[Opensim: 0.5 Release Target Discussion]]
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* [[OpenSim: Class Diagrams]]
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* [[OpenSim: Scripting]] (How to use scripts and what limitations apply)
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* [[PhysicsEngines]]  (Options for physics engines in OpenSim)
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* [[MonoSqlite]] (How the database model currently works)
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* [[llFunction implementation status]] (What LSL commands has been implemented)
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* [[OpenSim.Region.ScriptEngine]] (How the ScriptEngine looks internally)
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* [[RegionModules]] (The various modules that are used in the RegionServer and how to write new ones)
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== Participating in the OpenSim Community ==
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OpenSim is an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_source open source] project. This means that it is developed by anyone who wants to participate. This could be you!  We welcome testers and developers alike.
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If you ''need help'' or ''want to help'' the best way to get in touch is IRC (chat network). There is a lot of activity there every day.
  
* Development Documentation
 
** [[PhysicsEngines]]  (Options for physics engines in OpenSim)
 
** [[MonoSqlite]] (How the database model currently works)
 
** [[llFunction implementation status]] (What LSL commands has been implemented)
 
** [[OpenSim.Region.ScriptEngine]] (How the ScriptEngine looks internally)
 
** [[RegionModules]] (The various modules that are used in the RegionServer and how to write new ones)
 
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== Who are the developers ==
 
OpenSim is an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_source open source] project. This means that it is developed by anyone who wants to participate. This could be you!<br />
 
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== Making first contact ==
 
We welcome testers and developers alike.<br />
 
If you ''need help'' or ''want to help'' the best way to get in touch is IRC (chat network). There is a lot of activity there every day. <br />
 
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=== IRC ===
 
=== IRC ===
 
* IRC on EFNet, channel #OpenSim. Download an IRC client like [http://www.xchat.org/ X-Chat] and go to EFNet (server irc.efnet.net), channel #OpenSim. If you already have an IRC client installed you can just follow [irc://irc.efnet.org/OpenSim this link].
 
* IRC on EFNet, channel #OpenSim. Download an IRC client like [http://www.xchat.org/ X-Chat] and go to EFNet (server irc.efnet.net), channel #OpenSim. If you already have an IRC client installed you can just follow [irc://irc.efnet.org/OpenSim this link].

Revision as of 11:50, 6 September 2007

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OpenSim is a BSD Licensed Open Source project to develop a functioning virtual worlds server platform capable of supporting multiple clients and servers in a heterogeneous grid structure. OpenSim is written in C#, and can run under Mono or the MicroSoft .NET runtimes.

Contents

Getting Started with OpenSim

OpenSim Development

The OpenSim Team is currently working towards the 0.4 release of OpenSim.

Participating in the OpenSim Community

OpenSim is an open source project. This means that it is developed by anyone who wants to participate. This could be you! We welcome testers and developers alike.

If you need help or want to help the best way to get in touch is IRC (chat network). There is a lot of activity there every day.

IRC

  • IRC on EFNet, channel #OpenSim. Download an IRC client like X-Chat and go to EFNet (server irc.efnet.net), channel #OpenSim. If you already have an IRC client installed you can just follow this link.

Email

Source Code

Anon Checkout

svn co http://opensimulator.org/svn/opensim/trunk

Developer Checkout

svn co svn+ssh://USERNAME@opensimulator.org/var/svn/opensim/trunk

Bugs

Related Sites

Planet OpenSim

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