Difference between revisions of "Talk:Development: A proposal for a common IR keycode definition map"

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What is the purpose of this page? For instance, CEA-2014 (CE-HTML) Annex F defines a large number of device keys required by TV-based media players, [[STB]]s and the like - including media keys, colour keys (all 6), teletext, subtitles, audio adjustments and so on. CEA-2014 is referenced by the OIPF, HbbTV and DLNA standards among others.
 
What is the purpose of this page? For instance, CEA-2014 (CE-HTML) Annex F defines a large number of device keys required by TV-based media players, [[STB]]s and the like - including media keys, colour keys (all 6), teletext, subtitles, audio adjustments and so on. CEA-2014 is referenced by the OIPF, HbbTV and DLNA standards among others.
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: I'm not certain if Mauro and others partaking in the discussion on the mailing list are even aware of this existing standands document. Best to bring this up on the m/l --[[User:CityK|CityK]] 03:56, 7 September 2009 (UTC)

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Page renaming

Mauro, can you pls move this page to some more understandable name? Something like "IR Keycode map proposal" or similar?

The current naming "proposal" is far from beeing a unique name and can be something complete different.

--wirbel 12:07, 29 August 2009 (UTC)

done --CityK 22:56, 29 August 2009 (UTC)
thanks --wirbel 08:29, 30 August 2009 (UTC)

Duplicate work

What is the purpose of this page? For instance, CEA-2014 (CE-HTML) Annex F defines a large number of device keys required by TV-based media players, STBs and the like - including media keys, colour keys (all 6), teletext, subtitles, audio adjustments and so on. CEA-2014 is referenced by the OIPF, HbbTV and DLNA standards among others.

I'm not certain if Mauro and others partaking in the discussion on the mailing list are even aware of this existing standands document. Best to bring this up on the m/l --CityK 03:56, 7 September 2009 (UTC)