UK: Flash is officially part of "full Internet"
dgerard at gmail.com
Wed Aug 27 15:34:59 UTC 2008
"It said the combined phone, music player and computer is flawed
because of the absence of two common website programmes, Flash and
Java. As a result, the authority said Apple's claim that the iPhone
gave access to "all parts of the internet" misled customers about its
power as a web browser."
Java is now free (OpenJDK). But Flash isn't.
What does Gnash need to be up to Flash 9/10? Otherwise a free software
stack cannot claim to be "full Internet" in the UK.
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