Regarding: Bug#467324: include gnash in desktop?
Op 26-02-2008 om 17:48 schreef Eddy Petri??or:
> On 26/02/2008, Alexander Sack <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Yes, but face the truth: unfortunately, neither debian nor linux in
> > total have enough market power (read: userbase) to make much of a
> > difference yet. We are getting closer to that point, but that doesn't
> > mean that its wise to start the battle right away.
> > So for the time being, its looks far better to put the work into
> > something that provides users with a superior user experience; for
> > instance, superior by choice (like what the plugin finder improvement
> > would do); grow the user base and once we are mature enough to have
> > real power, throw in our weight to finally free the world.
> I agree with Alexander. Even if gnash was more stable, having a tool t
> switch/enable the plugin you want is a lot more desirable than loosing
> the battle before it begins.
The thing that worries me, is that there is no battle.
There is only Adobe doing the complete land rush / gold rush / "flash rush"
on it's own. And everbody takes it for granted. I think it is
stupid^Wshortsighted, at least naive, to put your own message on your
own website and next asking your audience to go the Adobe website to
fetch a reader to be able read your message. It is even more stupid
to continue with that strange habit after seeing several flash version
(each new flash version means that your audience must fetch a new flash
version from Adobe )
in other words: Adobe owns your content
 exceptions: Those who skip flash websites and the brave people who
are writing gnash.