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Re: Google not supporting open-standard ?


From: 7
Subject: Re: Google not supporting open-standard ?
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 05:32:12 GMT
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address@hidden wrote:

> Please don't flame me for cross-posting, but I need to point this out
> to all that support the idea of open-standard and/or open-source.
> 
> If you go to this page:
> http://print.google.com/support/publisher/bin
index.py?fulldump=1&hl=en_US#17861
> 
> and then scroll down to "Design Policy:" - use the "find" function on
> your browser to help, if you must - and you will find that of all
> people, google, the company that is supposed to be so kewl, is
> requiring book publishers to use either jpeg or gif format to submit
> their logo.
> 
> I mean, both gif and jpeg formats are famous for their
> patents-holder-lawsuit, right ?
> 
> And I just wonder if google ever heard of file format such as PNG ?
> 
> Man, this really makes me wonder if the PNG format will ever survive or
> not.


There is now no patent on GIF format.



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