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Old 7th December 2008
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Default Support FreeBSD. Spark Some Interest For Adobe!

I first posted a thread at the FreeBSD forums about a petition I saw about Adobe creating a native flash player for FreeBSD and I immediately thought that the FreeBSD community should stop wining and actually do something about this dilemma. I'm currently looking for a group of people to join me so we could plan ways to spark some media interest and get the message across. Also now that there is both PC-BSD and DesktopBSD aimed at FreeBSD for desktop usage I think Adobe should create a native flash player even more.

FreeBSD Forum Thread: http://forums.freebsd.org/showthread.php?p=4847

Either PM me or e-mail me at citsakots@gmail.com if you want to help so we can discuss some plans for the future.
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