O, thank God, that is when Linux does not the same with Flash like with Silverlight/Moonlight... It gives problems when one
can't see and hear things.. For years with this one... And there are (were) important sites, which only used Silverlight...
I felt a little worried again this time I'm sorry.
Sometimes it looks like I'm not the only one but there are not mány worried in Linuxland about these things,
varying from the thread of UEFI Secure Boot (MS), distroying desktops (think of Gnome, KDE 3.5), on the fly producing other filesystems and other bootloaders (which one can't handle the right way), to this Flash-crash (in future) now. And tons
of distro's. So extreme fragmentation...
It makes me a tiny sad, because Linux on the desktop will stay small this way or could even disappear. And that while the
principle of Linux is so great and social and free of the giants !!
Youtube and other mulimedia etc. have become so very important when you want people to stay in a 'brand'. One can't
do without in a PC today.
And pimitive Flash... Yes, quirky and very processor-hungry I must say. So with great alternatives
things will be right.
But that is what people all the time said about Silverlight/Moonlight.
And that was true, but I've seen it working
over time in Linux for very small periods...
Thanks for answering and maybe making my concerns a little less !!
Qiana.... mind your backup..