what happened to linuxflashplugin?
wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl
Mon Feb 11 22:53:54 UTC 2008
>> this is just example of crap-design,
> I agree. Although I don't think everybody will.
i don't care what others think.
>> and i simply don't view them..
> I'm afraid it's not that simple. Counterexample:
> When I was shopping for a new parachute rig, one of the manufacturers I was
> interested in turned out to have a Flash-only website. I could of course
> have decided not to buy there because their website sucks, but when it
> comes to equipment that's supposed to be going to save my life hundreds of
> times I'd much rather base the decision on the quality of the product than
> on the technical soundness of a website, thank you :-)
in case of things that has very few producers you are unfortunately true.
in every other, narrowing the offer to half won't be disastrous, and those
who made flash-only website will lose few% of potential clients.
with well designed website (i don't mean it can't have flash, but it must
be usable without) everybody will read.
and making all-compatible site isn't difficult. it's very easy
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