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Re: [videoblogging] Polluting the list with standards discussions

By Lucas Gonze | Lucas Gonze <lgonze@...> | lucas_gonze
August 19, 2004 | Post #769 | Topic #733

>> B) At what point should I, Lucas, and other interested people move >> these kind of technical discussions to another location? For myself I will try to not be strident. It's a lot harder -- takes more writing talent and more drafting time -- to express things in shades instead of absolutes. If I seem confrontational it's partly that I'm writing fast, partly that we haven't yet established common ground, and partly that this is genuinely a time of change. That said, I think that extremely detailed technical discussions need to happen. We need to build an interest group of people with backgrounds in a/v tech*, HTTP, MIME, and syndication, figure out and write down best practices, then build a new generation of software. Lots of work! - Lucas * which excludes me. I know nothing about the guts of a/v files.