[osflash] RTMP is legal ?
r.hauwert at gmail.com
Wed May 9 18:18:33 EDT 2007
OS is what all the cool kids are on now-a-days ;-)
But on topic; I always thought AMF & RTMP where both as closed source ?
Point being, that now the whole remoting thing is gone into FDS, Adobe is
pretty cool about AMFPHP and the likes, right ?
Sure in essence it´s still reverse engineering, but as they are cool with it
? Or am I missing another point here ?
On 5/9/07, John Grden <neoriley at gmail.com> wrote:
> this is a copy of an email I posted recently:
> http:// osflash.org/red5/fud <http://osflash.org/red5/fud>
> we've heard that several times - in that same order "developers love that
> we're so fired up about RTMP, lawyers, not so much"
> Truth is, the wowza guys, one of them, used to work for adobe. Before he
> started Wowza, he walked in and showed them what he was going to build and
> handed them a letter. They said nothing at all.
> Red5 is open source, we've documented our processes, and we feel great
> about all of it. Adobe probably won't come out and endorse Red5, but I do
> believe that RTMP is pretty low on the radar these days. I won't be
> surprised when they release the RTMP spec.
> Wowza is 1 of 2 companies that I've heard about doing a for-profit version
> of FMS. So, with that, I think we can feel a touch better about the whole
> "yeah half of adobe thinks its cool, but the lawyers aren't so keen"
> discussion. I personally think that discussion is old, and not been
> Also, Adobe is incredibly OS minded. They quite a bit of OS stuff
> themselves. Especially since the merge.
> On 5/9/07, Damien Cayzac <dam2aiup at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm developping an commercial application with RED5. What are the risk
> > to use RTMP ? It's legal ?
> > Sorry for my English !
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