Re: [Cellar] shepherd review of Matroska: part 1

Moritz Bunkus <mo@bunkus.online> Wed, 06 July 2022 17:48 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Cellar] shepherd review of Matroska: part 1
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Hey,

same for me: I do not have any IPR, am not aware of any either.

Kind regards,
mosu