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[whatwg] The truth about Nokias claims

From: Manuel Amador <rudd-o@rudd-o.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2007 16:20:58 -0500
Message-ID: <200712141620.58472.rudd-o@rudd-o.com>
Wait, not all of us want *only* Ogg.  The role of the HTML5 recommendation is 
not to impede progress -- if people want to hook their VIDEO tag 
implementations to more than just one codec, however encumbered and legally 
risky they might be, by ALL means they should be free to take that chance.

But some of us also wanted the recognition and endorsement of Ogg as a useful 
technology, and as a baseline fallback (which, honestly, at least in the case 
of Vorbis audio, it's not only a fallback but it's actually 

El Vie 14 Dic 2007, Geoffrey Sneddon escribi?:
> On 14 Dec 2007, at 07:15, Shannon wrote:
> >> Ian, as editor, was asked to do this.  It was a reasonable request
> >> to reflect work in progress.  He did not take unilateral action.
> >
> > Ok, not unilateral. How about 'behind closed doors?'. Why no open
> > discussion BEFORE the change?
> Please look back on the mailing list archives. There's been plenty of
> discussion about this before, and it's always ended up in the same
> loop: A group of people wanting nothing but Ogg/Theora/Vorbis, and
> another wanting one standard that all major implementers will support.
> --
> Geoffrey Sneddon
> <http://gsnedders.com/>


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