Earlier this week, Adobe drew a lot of criticism from the Linux community, as it announced that it has partnered with Google on a "modern API for hosting plugins within the browser" and Flash Player for Linux, effectively requiring that Linux users use Google Chrome if they want updated versions of Flash. The move was widely interpreted as a potential blow to Mozilla's Firefox browser, because Adobe won't deliver and support new versions of Flash for us on Linux unless users have Google Chrome.
February 24, 2012
Why Adobe Is Wrong to Restrict Flash Updates for Linux Users
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