Report from Free Software Day Szeged - Hungary
hopparz at gmail.com
Sat Sep 24 08:29:41 EDT 2011
Yes, both links are correct. Yeah, not the best picture of me (hell,
really crap :) - but yeah, it's me). Szeged OSOL (Open Source Lab) is
one of the biggest open source venue and event here at Hungary, and
their site is at www.sfd.org.hu. Here was the first home of spreading
linux with debian packages....
Btw, yes - few of the mplayer developers are from Szeged - and if you
would like to have some assistance to this encoding support - I can
help to you to find the right persons. As far as I remember at Fedora
the WebM support was made/integrated by Bert Desmet, for Mplayer I
think the best man for you is Arpad Gereoffy (he is from Budapest -
http://interoot.hu). Hopefully both guys can help you. For Ogg/Theora
I don't have any contact yet, but I will look for you if it's helps.
Ps: I will go to FudCon Milan at next week, and I will attand also at
FOSDEM too, it would be nice to meet with you guys.
2011/9/24 Wolfgang Spraul <wolfgang at sharism.cc>:
> just confirming 2 links so I get the news right.
> The event was OSOL, right?
> and this is you? :-)
>> The Milkymist has generated a bit less louder interest for first, but
>> the end of the day half of the flyers also are gone and told many
>> times the purpose and it's great design.
> Yes this will take some time to sink in. For free software hackers,
> Verilog will open a new world really. We need to continuously lower
> the barriers of entry, open up the tools, maybe create some interesting
> expansion boards, etc.
> I vaguely remember Szeged as the home of some really good mplayer
> hackers? Is that possible? That's one of the big and important
> missing pieces in Milkymist One now - real time encoding into
> WebM (or OggTheora) :-)
> Of course there's much more that could be done with and inside
> Milkymist One, and lead to amazing new applications and products,
> but people first have to understand the platform and think about
> it. Thank you so much for helping spread the word!
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