MediaMosa and Opencast Matterhorn - MediaMosa community day - 25 november 2010

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Presentation titled 'MediaMosa and how it can co-act with Opencast Matterhorn' which was presented on the MediaMosa Community day on November 25, 2010

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  • VirtPresenter: Universität Osnabrück (http://www.virtpresenter.org/)\nReplay: ETH Zurich (https://www1.ethz.ch/replay/)\nRe-Collect: University of Saskatchewan, Canada ()\nPuMuKit: Universidad de Vigo. Spain (http://wiki.media.uvigo.es/display/PuMuKIT/PuMuKIT+Project+Home)\n
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  • Apache License Philosophy:\nTo allow the maximum use of our software for any purpose and by all people\n\nGPL Philosophy:\nDerivative works remain under the license. Linked works may also remain under the license. Ensures all ‘down stream’ have the same rights GPL. All direct development is contributed back. Contributors assured code remains open source. Encourages a full free software economy. Copyright holder retains much control. Limits commercial adoption. Dual-license business strategy\n\n
  • Apache License Philosophy:\nTo allow the maximum use of our software for any purpose and by all people\n\nGPL Philosophy:\nDerivative works remain under the license. Linked works may also remain under the license. Ensures all ‘down stream’ have the same rights GPL. All direct development is contributed back. Contributors assured code remains open source. Encourages a full free software economy. Copyright holder retains much control. Limits commercial adoption. Dual-license business strategy\n\n
  • Apache License Philosophy:\nTo allow the maximum use of our software for any purpose and by all people\n\nGPL Philosophy:\nDerivative works remain under the license. Linked works may also remain under the license. Ensures all ‘down stream’ have the same rights GPL. All direct development is contributed back. Contributors assured code remains open source. Encourages a full free software economy. Copyright holder retains much control. Limits commercial adoption. Dual-license business strategy\n\n
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