Adobe halts Labs program for 64-bit Linux Flash Player

Basil Chupin blchupin at
Fri Jun 18 08:21:47 BST 2010

On 18/06/10 16:53, Conrad Knauer wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 11:35 PM, Michael Haney<thezorch at>  wrote:
>> HTML5 is still in its infancy.
>> It won't be finalized until 2022!
>> No shitting, 2022!
> "Release early, release often" with an emphasis on early in this case ;)
> "Average users" won't care what it is, so long as they can click on a
> link and have whatever animation 'just work'.  What we need is for it
> to be based on open (even if-not-yet finalized) standards so that it
> will work well if they are running Ubuntu (Looking forward to Firefox
> 4 :)
> CK
> P.S. 2022 is as far in the future as 1998 is in the past... Compare
> Windows 98 to Ubuntu 10.04 and you'll see the direction we need to go;
> there will be lots of cool things added along the way that we might
> not even be able to guess about yet, but so long as we make sure
> they're open, we'll be headed in the right direction.

I'll add a comment to the above re "the direction we need to go..": have 
a look at Ultimate Edition - the latest one being 2.7.


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