jpablo: Well, the DEC 3000 came in quite a few different forms, I've seen a desktop model, and a pedestal model (which can also be packaged in a rackmount form). Anyway, good luck in working out just what it is. Personally, I love DEC hardware - UCC just picked up a DEC Prioris ZX 6000 which we're going to rip into for pieces to upgrade morwong, our AlphaServer 1000A 5/300 runnin Tru64. Ah, LSM and AdvFS, how I love thee.
The iTunes DRM breaking code I talked about earlier has been packaged into a program called playfair that removes the DRM and leaves a normal MP4 AAC file. This appears to just be a port of m4p2mp4 back to n*x. m4p2mp4 itself it is just a win32 wrapper for FAAD2, which just added Johansen's code from VLC, and m4p2mp4 is also somewhat of a GPL violation - it lacks a copy of the GPL or MPL. Actually, FAAD2 (and hence both the above) link MPL (mp4v2 in FAAD2, by Cisco oddly enough) and GPL code (Johansen's part from VLC and most of the rest of FAAD2) together which the FSF says you can't do. FAAD2 does acknowledge that mp4v2 is MPL, the authors are probably not aware that it's not GPL-compatible. Further investigation shows that MPEG4IP (the source of mp4v2 in FAAD2) also isn't aware of this - it links GPL and MPL code as well. Fun fun fun. Although one might argue that they're not actually breaking the licenses, since by simply providing source it's "mere aggregation" - but it does make it impossible for anyone to legally distribute binaries. In other licensing news, Microsoft released WiX (creates Windows Installer packages from XML) under the OSI approved, but GPL-icompatible Common Public License (GPL-incompatible due to extra clauses about patents and stuff).
There was something else I was going to talk about ... nope, brain too frazzled.