[vorbis] Scheduled Ogg streams for testing
gtgbr at gmx.net
Mon Oct 22 03:00:41 PDT 2001
Worth no more than us$.02, but I really doubt that there are patents on
the extension names "m3u" and "pls" or their content, which is plain,
human-readable text. As long as we're not infringing any patents writing
README.TXT files, I guess we're save using m3u and pls, too. :-)
James Ossi wrote:
> Michael Smith wrote:
> > That's just not true. There are two widely used formats for this: m3u, and
> > pls.
> Btw... do these formats are patented-copyrighted?
> It may seem a silly worry, but we must consider even this if we want Vorbis
> completely patent-free ;-)
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