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From filippo dipisa <fili...@dipisa.net>
Subject Re: will ever adobe give the flashplayer to the opensource comunity
Date Fri, 03 Feb 2012 12:08:49 GMT
I agree with you, but the JVM is fully open source.
I didn't know the existance of the tamarin project, I will have a look to
them.
Thanks a lot.

2012/2/3 Jarosław Szczepankiewicz <jszczepankiewicz@gmail.com>

> the same is about all java ecosystem and .net ecosystem. I can not see
> the difference. There is no serious alternative to Oracle Java and his
> alternative OpenJDK (I know there is IBM but who uses is apart from
> taking it as bonus to other software from IBM). So what's the noise
> about that. I am sure that there will be (in my opinion in about 2
> years) production ready translation from flex to HTML (5?), maybe
> using the external libraries like extJS maybe some brand new
> components. The challenges will be in debugging such thing but that's
> another story. Personally I thing that one company controlling the
> player is good thing. This is multimilion investment and no free (no
> income) teams can build / maintain alternative to such big apis /
> technologies.
>
> 2012/2/3 filippo dipisa <filippo@dipisa.net>:
> > Hi,
> > I'm new to the list and wondering if you have ever discuss how to manage
> > the fact that Flex is opensource but the Flashplayer isn't ( for my
> > knowledge )
> > All the others apache project are full opensource and with full control,
> so
> > how this is going to work?
> > What's happen if we think that we need to add a new feature to the
> > flashplayer like the multithreading support for example, or something
> that
> > needs to be fixed or uptated to the buggy flashplayer?
> > I know that Adobe at the beginning has a team dedicated to this
> transition,
> > but what about the future?
> > Do we have always to relate to Adobe for any Flashplayer request?
> > Thanks for any clarification.
> > Filippo
>

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