Google Is Going To Open-Source SageTV
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 11 March 2015 at 12:59 PM EDT. 3 Comments
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Google is going to be open-sourcing SageTV, the proprietary DVR/HTPC software Google acquired back in 2011.

Google discontinued selling SageTV products after its acquisition but has now decided to open-source this software for OS X, Windows, and Linux.

The founder of SageTV and Google employee, Jeffrey Kardatzke, shared on Monday that Google has decided to open-source the software in the near future (in the months ahead).

Unfortunately not many details on the SageTV open-source plans are available right now outside of this forum announcement by Kardatzke.
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