Tag Archive for 'OGG'

Quote of the day: 2007-12-13

Another quote on the subject of Ogg: “Ogg provides a baseline of fully unencumbered, fully open, fully documented, fully royalty-free codecs that are lighter-weight than the contemporary encumbered solutions while offering comparable or superior performance. Ogg is not fantasy or vapourware. It is widely deployed, tested, and reviewed. Ogg has already stood the test of […]

Quote of the day: 2007-12-11

Two quotes today: “They told us the only way to avoid paying to sing the carols is if the kids are told to stick to old songs which are out of copyright.” Margaret Hatton, Dam House (Talking about the Performing Rights Society) “…a W3C-lead standardization of a “free” codec, or the active endorsement of proprietary […]