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Let's hope that 5 years after 11.2 is released (when it reaches its end of life), Flash will be less relevant.
No more Flash for Firefox on Linux
Posted Feb 22, 2012 16:46 UTC (Wed) by landley (guest, #6789)
Adobe's move is an effect, not a cause. They're going the way of RealAudio and they know it, that's why they've stopped throwing good engineering effort after bad.
Posted Feb 22, 2012 19:19 UTC (Wed) by wookey (subscriber, #5501)
Helping kill it off is one the few good things Apple ever did for us.
It'll never be entirely gone, but I'd like to think that in 5 years time we can put the embarassing flash period behind us (assuming we can still get consumer hardware to run free code on, and haven't been ARM-UEFI'd to death instead).
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