Re: 5th F2F meeting: second day summary

Hi all,

I just read about another F2F. How about matching it with the Open
Video Conference, which is planned for the end of June? We are also
planning to have a FOMS there, so open software hackers can join that. (last year -
plans for this year are in full swing)


2010/3/10 RaphaŽl Troncy <>:
> Dear all,
> The minutes of today's F2F meeting are available at:
> We took the following 2 resolutions in the morning:
> †# A new resolution that contradicts yesterday's resolution: multiple tracks
> selection will be possible using multiple occurrence of the keyword 'track'
> (e.g.: #track=audio&track=video) ... and *NOT* by a comma or semi-colon
> separated list of values!
> †# A new header named 'Content-Range-Mapping' will be introduced, which
> purpose is to expressed a mapping of a Content Range between 2 units (e.g.
> bytes and seconds)
> This second objection is pending from a non-objection from †Conrad and
> Philippe who haven't been able to express their view.
> The WG is now confident that the syntax for the Media Fragment URI is
> stable. One outstanding ACTION given to Yves is to clean this formally in
> the spec and I will do a pass over the complete document next week in order
> to track any remaining discrepancies.
> The WG has done also a lot of work on the headers and the complete UA-Server
> protocol communication. 4 recipes will be described in the spec (3 of them
> are already present in the draft and 4th one will be added in the document).
> See also
> The WG had one full hour discussion on Test Cases. We cover only the
> temporal dimension but we have created around 35 test cases †with their
> result and we are confident that this covers the syntax and semantics of
> what needs to be tested for time. I have an ACTION to create the table of
> all these test cases in the wiki.
> Finally, a great demo has been made by Davy. See:
> There is UA (Flash
> player) and a server (Ninsuna) that understands media fragment and can
> already serve and display media fragments using the time, space and track
> dimensions. Enjoy the demo!
> Thanks to IBBT for the super-great organization of the F2F meeting!
> †RaphaŽl
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