Open-source audio growing on P2P

Network traffic monitoring company CacheLogic says that Ogg Vorbis now accounts for 12 percent of music trading on P2P networks. That surprises me because I had pretty much written off Ogg Vorbis since there is so little hardware support for it. Who wants to encode in a format that won't play on your iPod?

The other surprising finding is that eDonkey now carries more video traffic than BitTorrent.