A Software Freedom Scorecard

I spoke this morning at the South Tyrol Free Software Conference in Bolzano, Italy. My subject was the idea of a "software freedom scorecard", a list of indicators for the strength of software freedom in an open source project or product, about which I wrote recently. The slides are available for download.

I also refer to reptiles, and that's a reference to another blog post.

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Video is mute in Firefox 3.6b2 on WinXP, is it just me? Doesn't Firefox play 6 channel Theora? Bugzilla is down so I can't check there. It plays fine in Chrome. (Why 6 channel audio anyway? It has more bps than the video stream.)

Posted by Nick Pit on November 14, 2009 at 10:39 PM PST #

No idea on any of those, sorry. Sam Ruby recorded the video on my Flip HD which records Quicktime files. I then used the Quicktime plug-in for Ogg on a handy Mac to save it as Ogg Theora using default settings and Quicktime Player.

Posted by Simon Phipps on November 16, 2009 at 12:22 PM PST #

Also mute on Windows 7, Firefox 3.5.5

Posted by Joe Ryan on November 22, 2009 at 05:59 AM PST #

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