No, there was no loophole with open-source systems. I emailed Technicolor and asked and was told no. (Technicolor is responsible for the Fraunhofer patents in the US.)
How many more years until Wikipedia supports MP3 ? They don't give a damn about everyone being able to use their website right now. Will it change?
So far as I know this is the first time that a US company has said it is okay to have open source MP3 decoding. Ubuntu for example had MP3 decoding, but used a closed source decoder from Fluendo. Up until September 2015 there were patents that prevented this from happening.
I thought Kill Decision was great, but Daemon and Freedom were only okay.
Razer OSVR is why I clicked other.
The only download link I could find was for videos that I upload myself, in the Video Manager there is a dropdown menu that includes "Download MP4".
If they actually worked on Firefox on Linux, I might actually watch them.
The Shuttle is now going five times the sound of speed. -- Dan Rather, first landing of Columbia