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Interview with Mark Taylor, President of the Open Source Consortium and Becky Hogge from the Open Rights Group

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Matthew Cashmore | 14:14 UK time, Wednesday, 14 November 2007

Last Friday we were really fortunate to be joined in Broadcast Centre by Mark Taylor, President of the Open Source Consortium and Becky Hogge from the Open Rights Group.

We were also joined in the discussion by Robin Doran, Matthew Browning, Jonathan Tweed and Ben Smith - all BBC Staff who are, or were, in some way connected to the development of the iPlayer.

This was a great opportunity for the BBC to hear exactly what the Open Rights Group and the Open Source Consortium wanted to say, and a way for us at the BBC to hopefully talk through some of the more complicated aspects of what is a massive project.

I hope you enjoy it :-)

If you've got any suggestions for further podcasts in this area, or there are questions you feel are not being answered, just drop us a line via the mailing list and we'll sort something out.

Listen via blip over at

http://blip.tv/file/483043

Or download the MP3 directly from

http://blip.tv/file/get/Matthewcashmore-backstagebbccoukInterviewWithMarkTaylorPresidentOfTheOpe157.mp3

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