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Fun with File Formats
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 13 Dec 2021
There are two problems leading to the decision of only accepting public domain info: licensing and provenance.
"Licensing" is hard. The "Open Specifications Promise" , which covers a bunch of Microsoft-designed file formats, is merely a covenant not to sue.
"Provenance" is tricky. For example, much of the knowledge of the Apple iWork formats were derived by reverse-engineering the source programs and extracting protobuf definitions. Many open source projects have freely copied from each other, making detailed analysis tricky .
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