right...
basically every service allows submissions.
some require you to register (fireant.tv), others dont.
but some also suck in content automatically.
i'm just making sure hypocrisy on that front gets wiped out.
you cant stick it to veoh while other services do the same thing.
and there is nothing wrong with sucking in RSS feeds.
it's what you do with that content within the bounds of your service that matters the most.
mefeedia is totally legit.  veoh wasnt, but apparently it seems settled now.

mefeedia and veoh were very similar in this respect. 
so if you have a problem with how veoh got the content more so than the lack of attribution, than your basically having a problem with mefeedia and any other service that does this.

its about the attribution, more than anything else!

sull

On 4/20/06, Devlon <[EMAIL PROTECTED] > wrote:
On 4/20/06, Michael Sullivan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
it's still more about the attribution more than anything else....
 
mefeedia "aquires" feeds too.  i dont have a problem with that.  do you?

I don't know if 'acquire' is the right word sull.  People can submit feeds to Mefeedia, much like they can on Veoh afaik.

Just had to butt in there ;)

the attribution issue has been addressed.  i am satisfied.  are you?
 
sull
 
On 4/20/06, Joshua Kinberg < [EMAIL PROTECTED] > wrote:
Its not just that the work is a derivative, or that its a full clip
rather than a "preview" -- the bigger issue for me is that Veoh used
vloggers and their content to make it seem as though they had a
growing and vibrant community, people who've signed up, agreed to
terms of service, and were participants in the Veoh community. This
was not true. They took people's content and made bogus profiles for
them. They forced "users" into an opt out situation when they had
never in fact opted in. This is dishonest.

-josh


On 4/20/06, Markus Sandy < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> exactly!!!
>
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> Michael Verdi wrote:
> For many videobloggers the previews were long enough to be the complete
> work.
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