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Re: [Gnash-dev] Proposal: Bittorrent support for Gnash

From: Russ Nelson
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Proposal: Bittorrent support for Gnash
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 23:57:47 -0400

Rene Bartsch writes:
 > That's why I suggested to download each block in a own thread with thread
 > priority adjusted to the order of blocks. That way preceeding blocks
 > usually are downloaded first. Other blocks only get resources if
 > preceeding blocks are not available on seeders, yet ;)

Let me suggest something different to you: a Mozilla plug-in which
plays videos encoded in Ogg/Theora for video and Ogg/Vorbis for audio,
and which uses BitTorrent with threads to download.

Then create some content which everybody REALLY REALLY wants to see.
Something involving naked women, cute kittens, sunny beaches, or naked
women cuddling with cute kittens on sunny beaches (hot pussy on pussy
action).  Once you've got enough people with these clients, then
you'll start to get attention from people who want to publish videos
without paying codec licensing fees or high streaming bandwidth costs.

But I'm not sure that Gnash needs to be this platform.

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