[Semi-OT] DRM-free icon? :)

So apparently folks are working on making some logos that help
explain to consumers what kind of DRM and licensing restrictions
there are for their content (games, music, movies, ebooks, etc.)

I skimmed the following PDF, looking for the icons:
http://www.jhtl.org/docs/pdf/Aldrich_Article.pdf

I think we in the open source develoment community should
create a set of unlocked-padlock icons representing the
freedoms (and in some cases, restrictions) of licenses
we use. :slight_smile:

Or, just in terms of DRM, a quick and obvious one would be
an unlocked padlock with “DRM Free” or “No DRM” or just
’DRM’-with-a-slash-through-it. :)–
-bill!
Sent from my computer

I heartily second that, Bill. I’d like to have a well-designed “DRM free” logo
to distribute with my own free/open source software or just to put on my web
page, but I’m a lousy artist. Anyone want to take a stab at designing one?

JeffOn Friday 17 April 2009 17:03, Bill Kendrick wrote:

I think we in the open source develoment community should
create a set of unlocked-padlock icons representing the
freedoms (and in some cases, restrictions) of licenses
we use. :slight_smile:

Or, just in terms of DRM, a quick and obvious one would be
an unlocked padlock with “DRM Free” or “No DRM” or just
’DRM’-with-a-slash-through-it. :slight_smile:

So apparently folks are working on making some logos that help
explain to consumers what kind of DRM and licensing restrictions
there are for their content (games, music, movies, ebooks, etc.)

Or, just in terms of DRM, a quick and obvious one would be
an unlocked padlock with “DRM Free” or “No DRM” or just
’DRM’-with-a-slash-through-it. :slight_smile:

The most notable campaign was this one:

http://open.neurostechnology.com/content/unlocked-media

I think we in the open source develoment community should
create a set of unlocked-padlock icons representing the
freedoms (and in some cases, restrictions) of licenses
we use. :slight_smile:

Have fun with that. Personally I think it’s too nuanced to be very
accommodating with such a logo program.On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 8:03 PM, Bill Kendrick wrote:


http://codebad.com/

Dear friends,
Currently i am using ffplayer with sdl-1.2…13 support.
I need to enable aac for audio,but when i am trying to run aac audio
file,its given follow error and it is in infinity loop,

SDL_OpenAudio: 1 (mono) and 2 (stereo) channels supported
AjabSi.aac: could not open codecs

Please help me in this issue,
Thanks and regards
sreenuOn Sat, Apr 18, 2009 at 5:33 AM, Bill Kendrick wrote:

So apparently folks are working on making some logos that help
explain to consumers what kind of DRM and licensing restrictions
there are for their content (games, music, movies, ebooks, etc.)

I skimmed the following PDF, looking for the icons:
http://www.jhtl.org/docs/pdf/Aldrich_Article.pdf

I think we in the open source develoment community should
create a set of unlocked-padlock icons representing the
freedoms (and in some cases, restrictions) of licenses
we use. :slight_smile:

Or, just in terms of DRM, a quick and obvious one would be
an unlocked padlock with “DRM Free” or “No DRM” or just
’DRM’-with-a-slash-through-it. :slight_smile:


-bill!
Sent from my computer


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This does not appear to be an SDL-related issue. Please consult with
the FFMPEG community!On Sat, Apr 18, 2009 at 2:18 AM, Sreenivasulu <sreenu.pg at gmail.com> wrote:

Dear friends,
Currently i am using ffplayer with sdl-1.2…13 support.
I need to enable aac? for audio,but? when? i am trying to run aac audio
file,its given follow error and it is? in infinity loop,

SDL_OpenAudio: 1 (mono) and 2 (stereo) channels supported
AjabSi.aac: could not open codecs

Please help me in this issue,
Thanks and regards
sreenu


http://codebad.com/

Thanks
Can u please suggest that ffplayer(ffmpeg) forum.I sent to mails some forums
but i didt get reply.

Thanks for u r help,
regards
sreenuOn Sat, Apr 18, 2009 at 12:12 PM, Donny Viszneki <donny.viszneki at gmail.com>wrote:

This does not appear to be an SDL-related issue. Please consult with
the FFMPEG community!

On Sat, Apr 18, 2009 at 2:18 AM, Sreenivasulu <@Sreenivasulu> wrote:

Dear friends,
Currently i am using ffplayer with sdl-1.2…13 support.
I need to enable aac for audio,but when i am trying to run aac audio
file,its given follow error and it is in infinity loop,

SDL_OpenAudio: 1 (mono) and 2 (stereo) channels supported
AjabSi.aac: could not open codecs

Please help me in this issue,
Thanks and regards
sreenu


http://codebad.com/


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http://lists.mplayerhq.hu/mailman/listinfo/ffmpeg-user/On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 5:35 AM, Sreenivasulu <sreenu.pg at gmail.com> wrote:

Can u please suggest that ffplayer(ffmpeg) forum.I sent to mails some forums
but i didt get reply.


http://codebad.com/

Oh, perhaps you were talking about this program?

http://www.ffprojects.net/ffplayer/

I had never heard of that until today. I don’t know what mailing lists it has.On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 1:15 PM, Donny Viszneki <@Donny_Viszneki> wrote:

On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 5:35 AM, Sreenivasulu <sreenu.pg at gmail.com> wrote:

Can u please suggest that ffplayer(ffmpeg) forum.I sent to mails some forums
but i didt get reply.

http://lists.mplayerhq.hu/mailman/listinfo/ffmpeg-user/


http://codebad.com/

I know these mailing lists.I sent mails to these lists also.
But the problem never reply for my mails.On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 10:49 PM, Donny Viszneki <donny.viszneki at gmail.com>wrote:

On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 1:15 PM, Donny Viszneki <donny.viszneki at gmail.com> wrote:

On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 5:35 AM, Sreenivasulu <@Sreenivasulu> wrote:

Can u please suggest that ffplayer(ffmpeg) forum.I sent to mails some
forums

but i didt get reply.

http://lists.mplayerhq.hu/mailman/listinfo/ffmpeg-user/

Oh, perhaps you were talking about this program?

http://www.ffprojects.net/ffplayer/

I had never heard of that until today. I don’t know what mailing lists it
has.


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