|Xif||yeah, me too, I guess the solution is to get Gnash up to speed.|
|Aria||.oO(I care about 5%)|
|kbrooks||Can I talk?|
|Xif||well, it's our 5% :)|
|Aria||Well, or wait for the integration of the OS code into Mozilla.|
Tamarin et al.
|Xif||never heard of it|
|Aria||Google. It's a good read.|
|apeiros||pynsa, without debate, could you just tell me your usecase? (if I start to debate you can simply ignore me ;-)|
|Xif||anyways, /me wonders whether SVG can replace Flash|
er. Me too.
|Xif||as a technology, I don't particularly Flash more than any of you do.|
|kbrooks||xif: no, it cant|
svg is static
|Xif||i.e. the way it is implemented, etc.|
|apeiros||kbrooks, in what regard?|
|kbrooks||apeiros, in the XML regard.|
|Aphelion||kbrooks: .....it is?|
|Aphelion||kbrooks: dont tell adobe|
|Xif||Aria: are you sure the Tamarin thing (as cool as it obviously is) will affect low-level sound issues with Flash?|
|kbrooks||apeiros, thats subjective|
|kbrooks||apeiros, its just my subjective opinion|
|Aria||Yeah, I think it will, since it basically means Flash gets integrated with Mozilla. And is open. Meaning someone who cares can fix it.|
|apeiros||you mean you can't use any language that can output text to dynamically generate svg?|
or what do you mean kbrooks when you say it's not dynamic?
|Xif||ah, I see|
|kbrooks||apeiros: it doesnt feel dynamic|
|kbrooks||it feels frozen in text ...|
|Aphelion||tutorial on doing animations using svg: http://www.adobe.com/svg/dynamic/transformations.html|
you mean you have no tools that let you easily create svg stuff?
|kbrooks||apeiros, guess so|
|Aphelion||for what most people use flash for, i think svg+js could work... maybe|
|apeiros||svg itself has ways to describe animations|