Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 8th Nov 2006 00:03 UTC, submitted by sogabe
Zeta Only a few weeks after the first release of ZETA 1.21, Magnussoft has just announced some details of what can be expected from the next version of ZETA. According to the announcement, the central piece of ZETA 1.5 will be what magnussoft calls project MediaFire, a completely new application for CD and DVD burning, the long awaited multi-user capability and an upgraded SAMBA implementation.
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RE[2]: Flash support
by MechaShiva on Wed 8th Nov 2006 01:24 UTC in reply to "RE: Flash support"
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Being I don't have any adobe/macromedia flash creation tools to verify that assertion, it does beg an interesting question. Just because the content creator accepted such a license, why would the person who views that content be held to the same license agreement? If there is a stop gap solution that allows me to view flash media on an unsupported platform, I don't give a rats ass what agreement the creator of said content entered into.

Taken further, why would the GNASH people need to create Flash creation tools to satisfy a license they aren't bound to. They could take the same road the Kaffe/GNU Classpath people did and say it's purely academic and not intended to be a replacement technology. Maybe Magnussoft should throw some cash at the GNASH developers instead of at the adobe lawyers. Just thought.

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