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This list is for general discussion of WebM video.
This list is for:
Developers who are calling directly into the low level libvpx library, rather than through a framework, or are making other use of the low level tools.
Developers who are integrating higher-level WebM components into their applications, such as the DirectShow and QuickTime filters.
This list is for developers who are working on the libvpx library itself, and doing research on the next generation codecs.
This list is for discussion of the WebP image format.
This list is for developers who are working on hardware implementations.
This list is for responsible disclosure. It is a post-only mailing list monitored by the core contributors.
The WebM project doesn’t have a written etiquette guide, but there are many examples available.
We aspire to some common rules:
Be kind to newcomers.
We prefer that replies be made inline and that you trim any text not relevant to your reply. However, this it not to be a point for flaming other users. It’s okay to make a top-post reply to a top-post reply, but try not to mix inline replies and top-post replies in the same thread. If everyone is replying inline, you should too, and vice versa. For an explanation, see this common internet joke:
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing? I like to top-post.
Q: What is the most confusing thing on usenet and in e-mail?
/join #vp8 on Freenode