Re: [rtcweb] Google statement on codecs

"Fabio Pietrosanti (naif)" <lists@infosecurity.ch> Mon, 30 July 2012 09:15 UTC

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Subject: Re: [rtcweb] Google statement on codecs
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What's the Microsoft position on WebRTC in general?

Are they going to dump/skip/sabotage-it or are they going to participate?

If they will participate, will they try to leverage skype/msn codecs
compatibility?

Fabio


On 7/30/12 11:13 AM, Serge Lachapelle wrote:
> As the Product Manager for Chrome's WebRTC project and one of the
> instigators of the whole WebRTC concept (I even named it WebRTC because
> webrtc.org <http://webrtc.org> was available), I whole heartedly support
> Justin's statement. 
> 
> His statement reflects our whole team's commitment to a thriving
> communication platform, open for everyone.
> 
> /Serge