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Re: [Lynx-dev] html5 canvas support, anyone?

From: Stefan Caunter
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] html5 canvas support, anyone?
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2011 15:10:28 -0400

On Tue, Jul 12, 2011 at 8:13 PM, Keith BOWES <address@hidden> wrote:
> Je 2011-Jul-11 je 17:07, Karen Lewellen skribis:
> > I could not disagree more.
> > making html5 a workable lynx alternative opens doors to far more
> > than youtube, although that is an important door as well given how
> > many companies, libraries schools and the like are providing content
> > that way. This does not count the individuals and organizations who
> > use webnair.  In fact  the federal communications commission as a
> > part of its  recent efforts to meet the requirements of last years
> > laws on on line communications might welcome such a tool because it
> > puts the contents in the hands of so many, and using a browser that
> > has a broad reputation where access is concerned.
> > I know I would appreciate such a tool in lynx, streaming audio as
> > well, and am 100% certain I would want it for my company website.
> > Given how many tie Mobile platforms to lynx, this tool helps there as well.
> > Just my take, as a non-programmer myself.
> Better still would be if sites would put up their media in accessible,
> open formats.  This Flash junk is horrible, as is the h.264 spiel.

Not everyone wants to give away their content these days.

Instant start with RTMP/RTSP and the ability to scrub can be somewhat
important for commercial sites.

Hmm, I wonder if a pipe to rtmpdump in .mailcap would work in lynx?

Stefan Caunter

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