Double dare ya, Fedora! And your art sucks!

Leszek Matok Lam at Lam.pl
Tue Mar 28 19:22:39 UTC 2006


Dnia 28-03-2006, wto o godzinie 12:12 -0600, Callum Lerwick napisał(a):
> Tremor, a BSD licensed ogg vorbis reference decoder has been available
> for some time.
Thanks for correction. Maybe there's only laziness factor involved then,
or maybe the decoder relies on floating point operations which cheap
units doesn't do, I can't tell then. I can tell though that cheap
portable music players read MP3 and don't read Ogg Vorbis files (after
all these years of education!) This stinks.

> GPL licensing is not the problem. Besides, the goal of
> Xiph is not source code, its free and open standards, so that anyone can
> freely implement their own codecs under whatever license they want.
This doesn't help if someone wants to make a decoding device with no
additional cost over what they consider a must. Makers of the $20 MP3
players/$50 DVD players won't afford it :) Too bad they don't include
support even though they have a ready-to-use BSD-licensed decoder.

I guess we agree and can end this offtopic discussion :)

Lam
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