Re: GnomeMeeting / OpenH323 [Was: 2.4 Module List]

On Thu, 2003-03-20 at 11:08, Thomas Vander Stichele wrote:
> > On Wed, 2003-03-19 at 16:26, Bastien Nocera wrote:
> > <SNIP>
> > > Gstreamer, like xine-lib, include ffmpeg's libavcodec which is pretty
> > > much all that's reverse-engineered patented codecs as well (Sorenson
> > > Video, MPEG4, Windows Media Video and Audio, etc.). I guess there isn't
> > > a single multimedia framework that is free of patent problems.
> > Actually we don't. ffmpeg is pulled in from ffmpeg CVS at buildtime 
> > for those who want it.
> No, not yet :)
> it is always pulled out from cvs because I didn't put in a --disable yet.
> And it's always in the release as well, because we make dist it in.
> We should really decide what to do here; I remember a discussion with 
> Havoc where he suggested splitting gst-plugins in "totally not encumbered" 
> and "possibly shady" stuff.  Maybe that's one way to go.  It would leave 
> gst-plugins-totally-not-encumbered pretty dry though.

I talked to Thibaut Mattern from xine, and he would also be happy to do
such a thing with xine. We would really need someone to look over the
available code/codecs for gst and xine, and come up with a list of
things we can ship without a problem. That would really help us get into


/Bastien Nocera

#2  0x4205a2cc in printf ("Oh my %s\n", preferred_deity) from
/lib/i686/ printf ("Oh my %s\n", preferred_deity);
Segmentation fault

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