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== 2007 February MonthlyMeeting ==
 
== 2007 February MonthlyMeeting ==
  
Should be the 7th of Februrary at 6:00 GMT.
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Is agreed to be held on 7th of Februrary at 18:00 UTC, as an exception to the normal schedule *)
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<sup>*) normally: 18:00 UTC on odd numbered months (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11), 06:00 UTC on even numbered months (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12)</sup>
  
 
== Agenda ==
 
== Agenda ==
  
* aoTuV merge
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* aoTuV Release 1 merge
 
* trac / trac cleaning
 
* trac / trac cleaning
* I suppose things related with my (Ivo's) SpreadOgg project, which hasn't got support yet
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* hosting for SpreadOgg project
* Status of projects?  Ogg2 maybe
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* Status of projects?  libogg2
 
* How can we make the services (esp. mailing lists and svn) more stable?
 
* How can we make the services (esp. mailing lists and svn) more stable?
* contributers/webmasters
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* Will the Ambisonics discussion lead finally to surround support in Vorbis and others?
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* contributors/webmasters
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* can someone bother to create a BSD-licensed libXSPF library to be the official Xiph library?
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* Status of mf3
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== Where ==
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irc.freenode.org's #xiphmeet

Latest revision as of 10:28, 7 February 2007

2007 February MonthlyMeeting

Is agreed to be held on 7th of Februrary at 18:00 UTC, as an exception to the normal schedule *)

*) normally: 18:00 UTC on odd numbered months (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11), 06:00 UTC on even numbered months (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12)

Agenda

  • aoTuV Release 1 merge
  • trac / trac cleaning
  • hosting for SpreadOgg project
  • Status of projects? libogg2
  • How can we make the services (esp. mailing lists and svn) more stable?
  • Will the Ambisonics discussion lead finally to surround support in Vorbis and others?
  • contributors/webmasters
  • can someone bother to create a BSD-licensed libXSPF library to be the official Xiph library?
  • Status of mf3

Where

irc.freenode.org's #xiphmeet