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Subject Re: Blue Sky Distance Collaboration System_Proposal Draft
Date Fri, 31 Aug 2007 01:50:12 GMT

    * /Multi-Object Multimedia Application/(MMA) is term I found in this
      article: /Haining Liu and M. El Zarki. Towards the delay and
      synchronization control for networked real-time multi-object
      multimedia applications. In Object-Oriented Real-Time Dependable
      Systems, 2003. WORDS 2003 Fall. The Ninth IEEE International
      Workshop on, pages 79--86, 2003 /Sometimes it is also called
      multi-source multimedia. But it is not popular to use multiple
      media object in an application. So this term is easy to see.

    * Source Code of BSDCS is currently only available inside our team.
      For our machines are all limited to access from mainland of China.
      But now, we are going to get a host available globally, it is
      coming soon.

    * We've decided to use open source license to release our source,
      GPL and from apache license are both good. We are going to choose
      one. We appreciate your advice :-) . BSDCS depends on API provided
      by FFMpeg, it use GPL.

Andrus Adamchik wrote:
> Thanks! This certainly makes things more clear. While most of the 
> people on this list are programming geeks, this is still somewhat 
> outside of the mainstream area of expertise here, so expect to explain 
> what BSDCS is over and over :-)
>> In literature, this kind of application is called /Multi-object 
>> Multimedia Applications(MMAs)/.
> BTW I haven't found much usage of this term via Google, except for the 
> BSDCS site.
> A few more questions if I may:
> * The proposal mentions that BSDCS is currently "an open source [..] 
> project". Is there currently a place where people outside your team 
> can access the source code? Among other things, providing access to 
> source code may help you to find interested developers at Apache.
> * This maybe redundant considering the previous question, but what 
> license are you using at the moment? And also if you rely on any 
> third-party open source packages, what license those packages require?
> Thanks
> Andrus


	Best regards!

Ting Peng (
XJTU-IBM Open Tech. R&D Center

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