Ah. My error. I asked someone involved with the W3C and I must have misunderstood his answer.
While I made an error in that detail the important message I was trying to convey, that MSFT
has not publicly protested the inclusion of the Ogg codecs as baselines for HTML5 and that the
article was incorrect to claim otherwise, still stands.
Microsoft already ships Ogg container codecs in a number of products and has for a long time.
I think they are too wrapped up with the grim realities of using known patented codecs right
now to worry about Theora.
Ultimately this is an area where the free world and Microsoft have interests in common, and
this time Microsoft might actually realize it, if not quite well enough to actually give their