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Decentralized inventory for opensimulator accounts

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The inventory (clothes, shapes, attachments etc.) of an avatar is traditionally stored centrally in the databases of the grid.

If a user only visits one or maybe two grids, this central storage works quite well, but as more and more grids are starting to appear, the centralist thinking starts to become frustrating.

Each time a user creates an account on a new grid, the user is faced with a nearly empty inventory, and has to spend time searching for suitable clothes and accessories.

In many situations it would be a lot simpler if a user could simply reuse the inventory already accumulated. This project is an attempt to give the user control of the inventory, allowing the upload and download of inventory elements between different grids.

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