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Bug#467324: include gnash in desktop?

On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 09:50:37AM +0100, Miriam Ruiz wrote:
> > Gnash maintainers: Do you think gnash overall stability is currently in a
> > good
> > state for lenny?  If not, how viable is it to make it rock-solid by that
> > time?
> I think it is stable enough to be included in Lenny, but it is not perfect
> yet, as you might imagine :)

So do you think the stabilization process for lenny will efficiently hammer
out any outstanding regressions [1] ?  Also, do you think the increased
visibility / exposition that my proposed change implies would help [2] on this?
(and if so, is this an appropiate time, or is it too early?).

[1] regressions relative to the flash-less setup we had in etch;  i.e. browser
    crashes/hangs or so.  "foo.com not working" is not one of those IMO

[2] Can't speak for others, but I at least would love to see this happen, and
    would gladly help by using Gnash on my daily browser usage, in order to
    at least submit useful debug information if a bug is found.

Robert Millan

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