Novell is now a part of Micro Focus

John Stetic formerly of Platespin updates us on the aquisition

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May 15th, 2008 by

During our massive blitz of interviews at this year’s BrainShare, Dave was able to grab John Stetic, former CTO of Platespin, for a quick interview. Find out what John has to say about the acquisition as well as what to expect in the future. NOTE: This episode is also available as a video.Time: 21:00MP3 Size: 3.5 MBMP4 Size: 182.6 MB Links for this Episode:

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Comment by paulo
2008-05-15 19:43:44

where is the video link?

Comment by Andrew Wafaa
2008-05-16 07:40:51

I can’t seem to find the download link for the video? Also are you going to create a separate feed for videos similar to MP3 and OGG?

Comment by David Nielsen
2008-05-27 05:30:08

Might we at some point deserve some nice Ogg Theora videos or Ogg Schrodinger videofeeds that might play on a pure open solution?

Comment by David Nielsen
2008-05-29 12:41:48

Any hope that we might get videos in an open format like Ogg Schrodinger or Ogg Theora so this might work out of the box in Banshee 1.0 on any Linux distro out of hte box without having to mess about with troublesome patented formats?

Comment by Ryan Smith
2008-06-03 15:19:27

Those Ogg files are posted.

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