This request for comments (Rf C) will start on January 15, 2014 and will remain open until February 14, 2014.
Rf C results will be used to determine whether or not to enable MP4 on our sites -- and how widely.
All users are welcome to participate in this Rf C, whether you are a reader, contributor or editor to Wikimedia Commons, Wikipedia, or any other site that uses content from our free media repository.
For information only, the raw, unadjusted, uncorrected figures were: It would be possible to subject these raw figures to a close analysis and come up with a more 'accurate' count, but I doubt that that is worth doing as the resultant consensus is unlikely to change.
voting and discussion, the closure itself does not need deep analysis, and can be done very simply without getting into complicated discussions about how to weight the ! votes ought be set aside as based on a misunderstanding, and so on.
Although this was a complicated RFC, with multiple options for !
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Before proceed to the page, please, be sure this is the page you want to see.The referring site you are going to visit is not controlled by us, so please remember not to enter your private information unless you are sure this is not scam.Now, although the consensus of prefer no MP4 support has to be respected, there is a considerable amount of detailed information here which clearly deserves close study.I have created a new sub-page Commons: Requests for comment/MP4 Video/Analysis of responses to allow editors to work collaboratively on understanding the nuances of what the community has said, and learning for the future.Everybody should be free to help out with that analysis, including editors who have who have expressed strong opinions in the discussion.--Michael Maggs ( The Wikimedia Foundation's multimedia team seeks community guidance on whether or not to support the MP4 video file format on Wikimedia projects.