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  • 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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  1. […] some good posts about it, like this one from Carlo Daffara, which Simon Phipps recommends by adding: “The arguments made against WebM video by H.264 advocates turn out to be at best wildly […]

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