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Groklaw Interview

February 8th, 2008 by Nicholas Reville

I did an interview with Groklaw recently that got posted today. It touches on a lot of issues that drive the creation of Miro and make our project different than proprietary competitors: open-source, eliminating gatekeepers, net neutrality, DRM, and others.

Groklaw interview with Nicholas Reville

3 Responses to “Groklaw Interview”

  1. [...] other news, Miro interjú jelent meg a Groklaw-n. Gatekeeperek, Net Neutrality, nyílt forrás, DRM: [...]

  2. Nick made a lot of good points in the Groklaw interview. The issue of interest to me is how to balance easy access with a practical pay-for-download method. I started Liberation Video as a way to make independent political video more accessible. There is a lot of great free online video, but unless independent producers have a way to derive a reliable income, the work will only be spare-time endeavors.
    I have some ideas for a process to rent online video without DRM, that can also be watched on a conventional TV and provide independent producers with a reasonable level of protection for their work. I would like to discuss this with someone who has the technical expertise to evaluate its feasibility. Also, if anyone is planning to come to Austin for SXSW, I would like to meat you.

  3. [...] Groklaw Interview By Nicholas Reville It touches on a lot of issues that drive the creation of Miro and make our project different than proprietary competitors: open-source, eliminating gatekeepers, net neutrality, DRM, and others. Groklaw interview with Nicholas Reville. [...]

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