On Sun, Sep 18, 2011 at 08:09:42AM +0530, Anurag Garg wrote:
> Dear Gnash Devs'
> I, Anurag Garg, a physics teacher by profession and a open source
> contributor by hobby. When ever I use to upgrade/reinstall fedora on my pc I
> use to first give a try to gnash and then only moved to flash. Recently when
> I upgraded to Fedora 15 (Last weak) I was happily surprise to see all my you
> tube videos were working with gnash plugin support. Seriously, it is a very
> good answer to adobe flash when they have dropped support for 64bit linux
> version. It also give assurance to users like me that gnash is there to stay
> and improving at a much faster rate.
> Along with youtube support would it be possible for gnash to support
, it is a free site to offer seminars, workshops and
> lectures from through out the world on almost all the different variety of
> subject. They currently make use of either wmv or flash format and does not
> give permission to download and convert there content format due to pending
> copyright status. So, one has to see it online and unfortunately gnash is
> not able to support this site. I am currently using vlc plugin. But it will
> good to see gnash supporting other flash based sites along with youtube.
> Great work with Gnash
> Keep it Up
> Anurag Garg