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[whatwg] codecs and containers

From: Dave Singer <singer@apple.com>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 07:54:22 +0900
Message-ID: <p06240808c3837389f00a@[]>
At 12:27  -0800 10/12/07, Charles wrote:
>  >> This is probably going to cause some emotional responses, but I
>>>  feel like I need to say this now.
>>  This argument has met with rational responses in previous threads.
>>  If you're interested in the origin of the current language, please
>>  review those earlier discussions.
>I'll try to find those, and thanks for the feedback.
>-- Charles

Before this thread gets too steamy again, I should probably point out 
that the current language is almost a placeholder.  We'd like a 
mandate, not a recommendation, and the ogg/v/t is an uneasy 
compromise.  The w3c staff are, I believe, looking into this whole 
area, particularly with respect to IPR and licensing.  The engineers, 
should, of course, work out what is best from a functionality point 
of view, but the position is heavily influenced by IPR and risk 
considerations as well.  The upcoming w3c workshop might shed some 
David Singer
Received on Monday, 10 December 2007 14:54:22 UTC

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