Aussie population update – 15K and rising

Linden Lab have released the metrics for July 2007 and the rate of growth is slow but steady.

The active Australian population is cited as 14,832, up from the 12,910 reported last month. Australia is back to 11th place overall.

One of the interesting new metrics released was number of SL sessions that ended abnormally i.e. crashes. Since January 2007, around a quarter of sessions ended in a crash. That’s an astounding level – imagine any established software vendor trying to sell a product that only works correctly three out of four times. That said, it illustrates just how committed Linden Lab are to transaparency that they even publish figures showing their key weaknesses.

Comments

  1. Not really any kudos for Lindens for publishing this stat, after all, one in four session ends in a crash. Hardly a secret.

  2. Not really any kudos for Lindens for publishing this stat, after all, one in four session ends in a crash. Hardly a secret.

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