Or just create a firmware "bug" that enables DTS and leave it to the community to support this undocumented "bug". That may get you a call back.butlerpeter wrote:If the DTS people haven't responded after repeated attempts then I wonder how feasible this idea is...jandeeg wrote:Is there anything the XBMC or Rasberry Pi communities can do to get a positive reply from DTS/MPLA? Surely something can be done. It would make the Pi the ultimate Mediacenter machine! The license would be an instabuy!
RPi publicly announces that they are going to start selling licenses fot DTS decoding, stating that they have tried to contact DTS with no reply. RPi then sells licenses, and squirrels away the proceeds for a time when/if the DTS people get in touch.
That ought to get the attention of the DTS folks and get DTS decoding into the hands of the users who are more than happy to pay the licence fee.
Then claim your server was hacked and this buggy firmware was never ment to get out. I guess these devious ideas are a good indication why I don't run a charity.