[CELT-dev] CELT 0.6.0 released, submitted as IETF draft

Peter Robinson pbrobinson at gmail.com
Mon Jul 6 04:50:43 PDT 2009


> Peter Robinson a écrit :
>>> For those who aren't aware of it, there is an ongoing discussion about
>>> creating an IETF working group for standardising unencumbered audio
>>> codecs that everyone can use. There will be a BoF at the next IETF
>>> meeting (26-31 July) in Stockholm to discuss that. I encourage those
>>> interested in taking part in the mailing list discussion (
>>> https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/codec ) and/or attending the BoF
>>> in Stockholm. I will be co-chairing this BoF with Jason Fischl from Skype.
>> Does this mean that the bit format is now stable?
> No, the bit-stream format is *not* stable. The draft is proposal, not a
> frozen codec to be rubber-stamped. We *are* working towards freezing the
> bit-stream, but we're not there yet. Don't worry, when it's frozen, we
> will say it loud and clear and there'll be no doubt about it. For now,
> just assume that every new release breaks the bit-stream.

I suspected as much, thanks for the confirmation.


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