Heiko Recktenwald on Sat, 9 Apr 2005 00:20:09 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> arrogance or not and a suggestion

Well, "braindead" or not, maybe there should be a central bug system for
computer related "system bugs" (Wau Holland). There are many vendors, open
source or not, IANA etc cannot do it. RFCs etc are fine, but not
everything. It may not be perfect, but like in the case of the pope, the
attitude "in the common interest" is better than nothing. And why not
create some special "authority" for such things? Chaos is nice, but


On Thu, 7 Apr 2005, nettime's_flame_warrior wrote:

> The registration is not so important, those who have developped RTSP
> had better things to do than to think about the practical side, it is, as
> far as it used at all, Broadcaster etc, just common, common like
> audio/x-mpegurl and m3u.
> IANA is just a registrar, nobody cares about such things, Linuxers (and
> everybody else) must think about such things themselves.


> > But you should file a bug report anyway.  At least the OpenOffice
> > project *has* a public bug tracking system.  (Try that with a


> I think it is not enough to do the OpenOffice bug thing or wrap bla.sdps
> in PHP, the spirit is allready out of the bottle sotosay, no idea how this
> application/vnd.staroffice.impress got into Apaches mime.types file.
> Maybe something like audio/mpegurl, which isnt at IANA as well, that some
> Linux distro installed on millions of servers.

Debian? ;-)

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