from Peter Saint-Andre via IETF rtcweb Mailing List [Jan 29] ">If anyone has concerns about tabling this discussion until September >29, 2014 please let us know by February 4. I have concerns that September 2014 is too soon. It was relatively easy for the WG to choose two MTI audio codecs because Opus was a clear winner among modern codecs (and because we had an obvious fallback). We have no such codec in the video space. My suggestion is to wait until we have such a codec (and, in parallel within some other WG or initiative, push hard to make that happen), rather than continue the endless and fruitless wrangling over the current options."
NETVC BoF "The Internet needs a royalty-free (RF) video codec that can become the backbone for universal deployment of video related technologies." "There are efforts underway by several groups to produce a next-generation, royalty-free (RF) video codec, including VP10 by Google and Daala by Mozilla/Xiph.Org."
MTI Video Codec "The Great Codec Compromise" "Direction from chair - Stand if you are participating in the decision - A lot of people stood (most of the room)" hums ドキュメントに追記するべきか？ 別のドキュメントに追加するべきか？ ⇒ ドキュメントに記載することに 個人的見解「WebRTC browser」にMTIとして二つの Codecを「妥協の為の」(スタートポイントとして)記 載する」