[ubuntu-uk] BBC Consultation[Scanned]

Paul Brunt paul.brunt at armourhe.co.uk
Thu Feb 1 13:53:57 GMT 2007

Filled it in but after reading a bit more it looks like the trust is 
saying that the BBC have to provide something for Linux and mac. But 
they're also saying that the content can be kept for no more then 30 
days(not the 13weeks that the BBC proposed)..that means the BBC will 
have to come up with some sort of DRM for Linux if we want to use the 

Scrase, Eddie wrote:
> The BBC are running a consultation about introducing on-demand 
> services (for example, replaying shows over the internet).  Question 5 
> of the consultation asks "How important is it that the proposed 
> seven-day catch-up service over the internet is available to consumers 
> who are not using Microsoft software?"  I have filled in the 
> questionnaire (obviously stating my opinion that the BBC should 
> support Linux), and would like to suggest that others do the same:
> http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbctrust/consult/open-consultations/ondemand_services.html 

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