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Clicking myself from that document up, I think I found pretty much the answer: Codecs are specifically mentioned within the scope of the "Applications and Real-Time Area", which the CELLAR working group belongs to. It doesn't exactly say who was responsible for wording the scope that way, but the Area Directors are the Internet Engineering Steering Group members. And, the IESG itself is responsible for what drafts are going on the "Standards track" - thus apparently: for what works are "on-topic" for the "Standards" status.
I have used rew and apo eq to calibrate it A friend of mine , did show me how use rew and make the eq flat to have a perfect balance , and after his dac and amp do sound really great without too many bass or treble
apo eq does not work in wasapi ,and is there a way to export/ import such informations to calibrate foobar2000 via build in eq or even graphic equalizer (sadly no more updated and still in 32bit) ? thanks
where does the IETF's "scope of interest" in FLAC end? At files/streams (to be) served over the internet?
The IETF consists of working groups. Each working group has a charter which defines the scope. The charter of the CELLAR working group is here. As you can see, the charter is not related to the internet at all. I don't know how the working group came to be, because it was formed in 2015 and I only joined in 2021.
A logarithmic control would require you to rotate the volume control significantly more. It isn't that you don't have as much power output capabilities. Rather, it is that the logarithmic control provides more finite, even incremental changes across the whole range of the volume control where as the linear control provides massive increases in output with minimal adjustment/movement of the volume control at the lower end and barely any change in output at the higher end of the volume control.