people tell me that there should be other things bundled with sim-on-a-stick and they are 100% correct
the goal with sim-on-a-stick is to make it as open as possible and as easy to use. the version with only OpenSim and needed server components is meant to be for those who have OpenSim or Second Life experience and know how to use a viewer. the other one with the Imprudence 1.3.2 viewer is for those that want a no-fuss standalone version or for people completely new to virtual worlds that may not know what a viewer is or how to install one
adding additional resources like OARs with nifty builds and freebies or IARs with nicer shapes, skins, hair, and clothes to simonastick.com would certainly extend the use of sim-on-a-stick. but . . . it would also extend the time to download the zip
why not include nifty things like Nebadon’s awesome low lag 4 region campus?
after all, it’s filled with great builds made by an expert OpenSim developer. if you go to his link, you’ll see that he has 2 versions for each of the OAR files. it becomes a logistical issue keeping track of these things and more importantly, what i deem as being useful may not be useful to you (i know right? shocking eh, because clearly i’m always right!) =p
customizing your own version of a stick is the true custom solution – whether for educational use, demonstrating meeting space, product placement in cinemas, training simulations, art collections, and more
that’s one really neat aspect of open source applications and the freedom they bring - you can bundle what works best for your needs =)