BTW, I've found another 3d-project today on my radar: Uni-Verse. Founded by the European Union, developed by academic institutes, seems the purpose of this project more in the field of 3d-collaboration. It's, like Croquet, also Opensource and the demonstration movie on their website looks very interesting. It has also interfaces to Maya and Blender - no wonder since the Blender foundation is involved in the development of Uni-Verse.
It's really funny upon which things you can stumble upon into Second Life. Goreans are a big and well known community there. But, until now, I never knew that there are also gay Goreans around. I've stumbled upon a group called "Gay Gorean Coalition."
The purpose of this group is:
To promote & help gay rp'ers in the Gor community.
We meet the 2nd Saturday of every month at 1pm SL time. Place to be announced.
If you need help or wish to network with others, we are here to help.
SL never ceases to amaze me...