[Matroska-devel] Proposed IETF working group for standardization of Matroska
Sebastian G. <bastik>
bastik.public.mailinglist at gmx.de
Sun Oct 18 19:50:38 CEST 2015
17.10.2015, 19:20 Tessa Fallon:
Thank you for your reply.
>> I had already subscribed to the Dispatch mailing list.
>> Am I supposed to say something (in favor) of creating a working group,
>> even though I might not participate in working on anything regarding the
> It is worthwhile for people to know that there is support for the
> initiative, so saying something as simple as "+1" is helpful :)
Well, then I'll do that.
>> I'm not sure if I have anything to contribute nor do I know if I would
>> find the time. I might be busy for a longer period of time and not be
>> able to give any input. I'm not even sure if I am willing to give input
>> for various reasons.
>>> I look forward to your feedback and to discussion of the charter. If
>>> you're interested in working on this, I especially hope to hear from you!
>>>> *Proposed Name*: CELLAR: Codec Encoding for LossLess Archiving and
>> Does this name have any relevance later on? I don't know what 'Codec
>> Encoding' would mean.
>> STELLAR: STructured Encoding for LossLess Archiving and Realtime
> The name doesn't have any significance other than as an identifier within
> the IETF. BTW, I love STELLAR! I'm certainly happy to mention it as an
Since it is 'just' an identifier I don't see benefit unless someone
would object against CELLAR.
'Cellar Door'  is the first thing that came to my mind as it popped
up in my mailbox, not knowing related to Matroska.
>>>> Standards Track specification [...]
>> What do these sentences mean?
>> Standardization of the track specification? The current 'standard' of
>> the track specification?
Ok, I got that they describe the goal. Thank you for explaining.
Sebastian G. (bastik)
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