Posted on February 2, 2011 by Simon Phipps
The arguments made against WebM video by H.264 advocates turn out to be at best wildly exaggerated and at worst baseless slander, according to this excellent (and data-backed) article by Carlo Daffara. It’s not about “sticking it to Apple” – it’s about genuinely escaping the insidious cartel that’s been created around H.264.
The OpenIDM Summit last week had some great content, which is now available on the event web site.
New group run by former South Australia government insider stands a good chance of making an impact on the adoption of open source in Australia.
Interesting article draws lessons for social enterprise in general from the experience of open source. I spoke a little about this in Brazil at Campus Party in connection with copyright reform.
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