- the gulf is still full of water
- the gulf isn’t strictly ww2 theme
- the gulf is open for all on the grid to enjoy
my team is working on some more vehicles. does this status ever change?
potato production is also on the rise. because everyone needs potato.
what else am i meant to post about? 98% the grid still doesn’t even know that the entire gulf is open rez.
There are a number of ways people could be alerted to the availability of Jugeot’s waters. That in-world “Television” show could be invited to Jugeot for some staged war games to show off the largest group of open water sims on the Grid. Indeed, that might be a point of interest: “The Gulf of Jugeot is the largest group of open water sims that have full Rez permissions on the entire SL Grid.”
Having dealt with altogether too many “Group Only” rez areas, I can guarantee that Jugeot, with lots of open water, lots of DEEP water (sorry, Blake), and open Rez on that water – that should attract people easily.
Trying to navigate a deep-hulled ship through the Blake sea ( or a deep skegged sailboat) is an adventure in discovering how many times you can run aground in one apparently clear sim. In a submarine, it’s like playing in a maze with no map and no pattern to follow. Meh; Blake is a leftover from the Age of Building when Linden Labs had people designing the sea bottom just to keep them from abusing themselves…and apparently dropping the sea bottom isn’t part of the equation (although I’ve seen it done in other sims).
Basically, if we want more interest in the Jugeot Sea (name change) we need to create interest in it. Maybe a sail regatta from Darcy’s Harbor to Myatzo or a speedboat race from Guadalcanal to Lordshore and back could create some interest (although we must be on our good behavior and not shoot, strafe, or torpedo them).
Doing something that would get the In-World commentators interested in the Jugeot Sea is probably the most effective way to do it. Hmm…maybe Mad Pea could be “interested” in one of their scavenger hunts in Jugeot? There are plenty of businesses on the actual Jugeot Continent for them to use. Making Jugeot into a “Product” and marketing it might be an answer…you never know.