Frank Murphy (Frankly3d) wrote:
> Paul O'Malley - gnu's not unix - wrote:
>> dedicated to those who say that say that you can mix proprietary
>> systems with free software
>>>>http://voices.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2009/05/microsoft_update_quietly_insta.html>>>>>> you really don't know what is going on under the cover
>>>>>>> Quite a mono ply
>perhaps the answer to these problems is to encourage the commercial
adoption of some things like a
With Gstreamer and some ogg/theora media
put a nice wrapper around that don't charge proprietary prices for the
service and software just for the service!
game on, take back the infrastructure
your call or just sit there and have your abilities taken away from you
one at a time, it is called attrition and "they" have billions of
reasons to prevent your freedom
Maybe the nice people in Irish Radio and TV should be looking at this as
a cost saving measure. They could then put more money into program making.
There is many the little wrapper for the windows users to download the
free content codecs (VLC) and happiness. Mind you this does not in any
way detract from my original comment, or it's implication.
Anyway it is a nice day I am playing some oggs, and thinking maybe I
should go outside to the big bright blue room.
Hark I hear a kettle boiling, first a cup of tea!
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