I know you all missed the the return bots as much as me. I got them working again finally. The Isles are so much cleaner now. Returns happen 20 minutes after you leave.
I still had them running on old LibSL code. I converted them over to OpenMV, which is the same thing but they changed their name when Linden labs decided to enforce for copyright laws. Browsing through the code, it looks even better than before, much more clean and organized.
I thought I would note some of the things I had to change, so that it might make the conversion from LibSL to OpenMV a little easier for others:
A friend of mine, Thomas Conover, sent me a link yesterday to a blog, that appears to be owned by someone that works at linden labs. In it, he described something linden labs is working on to limiting script memory per parcel. Script memory would become a resource like prims on each parcel.
The Second Life-based company Skidz Partz was founded in May of 2006 by Skidz Tweak. It began as a venture to create and distribute random "Partz" with random functions and uses. But, fortunately for the world of Second Life, it quickly transformed into something much different; something that would benefit Second Life citizens beyond anyone's expectations.
At Skidz Partz we are working hard on a new site for http://www.skidzpartz.com. On Saturday we are going to be taking a picture for it. The picture will be at the top of every page. I invite anyone that wants to join us in the image to come on by.