WebM on the web

News & developments about WebM are coming too fast to cover all of them, but it’s definitely encouraging to see that the free software world (as well as some other surprising, but welcome, players) has unequivocally embraced WebM as the standard for the web.

This listing is almost surely not exhaustive, but we’ll try to update it as much as we can with relevant information.  Feel free to share a link with us if you find something not mentioned here that you think should be.

Of course, there’s plenty more out there, and we’ll try to keep the list above updated for some reasonable amount of time.  These are exciting times for a free web!

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