codec buddy, fluendo, etc.
On Feb 11, 2008 10:52 PM, Yaakov Nemoy <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Feb 11, 2008 10:45 PM, Luis Villa <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > On Feb 11, 2008 10:40 PM, Yaakov Nemoy <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > On Feb 11, 2008 3:23 PM, Luis Villa <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > > > Such open data does
> > > > > not need to be created using open tools, though of course that is
> > > > > preferable.
> > > >
> > > > I'm trying to think of a case where one can create open data, but only
> > > > with proprietary tools, and failing- I must be missing something
> > > > obvious, though.
> > >
> > > You mean writing open source code using an OSI approved license
> > > written by Microsoft, to work on Microsoft created platform that might
> > > also run on Linux one day once the evil penguin devil hath been
> > > vanquished, using development tools that are as closed as an ex
> > > girlfriend's bedroom, to participate in a "Open Source Ecology" that
> > > Microsoft is trying desperately to latch on to in a manner more
> > > contradictory than a Scientology Text Book?
> > I'm not really concerned with anything Windows specific, since
> > anything so tied to Windows is never going to be proposed for
> > inclusion in Fedora.
> You never know. I'm imagining that if such a thing were to happen,
> there would be alot of interesting .NET and Mono code coming out that
> will probably get some level of Multiplatform love.
Sure, but I can't see that happening unless the tools to generate it
are open- which again makes Jeff's original sentence redundant.
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