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The OpenSimulator Project is a BSD Licensed Virtual Worlds Server which can be used for creating and deploying 3D Virtual Environments. It has been developed by several developers. Out of the box, the OpenSim can be used to create a Second Life(tm) like environment, able to run in a standalone mode or connected to other OpenSim instances through built in grid technology. It can also easily be extended to produce more specialized 3D interactive applications. This wiki has had a bit of a shakeup over the last two days, if your looking for something on the old mainpage, you can access it here.

Quick Links

What is OpenSim
Find out about OpenSim, what it can do for you.
Download OpenSim
Select a version and download a copy of OpenSim.
Getting Help
Help and resources for when something goes wrong.
The Developers Corner
Learn how to access our source code repository, and submit patches.
Bugs and Testing
How to report bugs to us, and test OpenSim features.
Mailing Lists
Email mailing lists are used by OpenSim developers frequently to communicate ideas, or support queries.


OpenSim with RealXtend Viewer

OpenSim is written in C#, and can run under Mono or the Microsoft .NET runtimes. Due to its clean modular nature it is possible to significantly extend functionality yourself via plug-in modules to suit your application. OpenSim is currently in the alpha development stage, with active testing of development versions encouraged. If your interested in contributing, please read our Contributions Policy, and learn what OpenSim's values are.

Contributing to the Project

OpenSim is an open source project. This means that anyone who is interested in the project can contribute to it. You don't have to be a developer to help the project, people who can test and provide feedback helps the project tremendously. The best way to learn about and contribute to the project is to log into our IRC channel, located on in #opensim (for users) and #opensim-dev (for developers).

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Installing OpenSim


Users - Overview and Table of Contents

Pretty statistics about OpenSim Code

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