[erlang-questions] Developing killer / open source apps

Steve Strong steve@REDACTED
Wed Aug 3 22:44:40 CEST 2011

What's the chances of erlyvideo and the related libraries also being licensed with something slightly more permissive than GPL, such as LGPL or similar; we deal with a number of corporate clients where use of GPL is pretty much forbidden, so are having to replicate a number of areas of erylvideo functionality.  If the licensing was different, we could instead spend such efforts contributing back to erlyvideo…



On 3 Aug 2011, at 22:19, Max Lapshin wrote:

> http://code.google.com/p/erlyvideo repository wasn't updated for years.
> All development now is going in http://github.com/erlyvideo and private repositories.
> Currently I have not only frame repacking layer for codecs h264,aac,mp3,mpeg4,vp6,h263,pcm,g.711,g.726 and such protocols as
> mpeg-ts, rtmp, rtsp/rtp, sip, but also some device handling features and transcoding modules.
> And I can say you: ffmpeg is much better when it is in erlang =)  We are adding now generic libavcodec support, but such things
> like libavformat at very badly written in C. Erlang fits this task much better.
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