F9 Test Request - swfdec
Arne Chr. Jorgensen
achrisjo at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 11 02:00:01 UTC 2008
Comment at the bottom:
--- James Laska <jlaska at redhat.com> wrote:
> Greetings folks,
> Skilled with testing flash? Have a favorite
> flash-based web application
> you like to use?
> In order to help provide a go/no_go decision for
> several upcoming
> features of F9, notting has asked how testing of
> those features is
> First up ... swfdec.
> I've pulled together a test summary page that
> reflects the previously
> defined test plan for swfdec. Any assistance in
> further defining the
> test plan and/or providing test results would be
> much appreciated.
> The current test plan for swfdec is available at:
> A rawhide test result summary is available at:
> Many thanks!
> James Laska -- jlaska at redhat.com
> Quality Engineering -- Red Hat, Inc.
Have trouble with X11, as well as sorting out
needed plug-ins and such in a F8 x86_64.
As I have downloaded all web browsers from Fedora,
I just wonder if it would be possible to set up
a browser with "swfdec" and codecs that are considered
I would need help to sort out such a thing, but
it could be interesting for testing ?
Firefox is the most used browser, and perhaps a
specially stripped browser would be an idea ?
( About patents, legal codecs, mp3, et al. - well,
correct me if I am wrong, but some new hardware have
some decoders in hardware. If so, I have a problem
to see that it would be wrong to use them. Guess the
obstacle is lack of info about these devices, and
kept somewhat as a secret - at least I have been told
that such things exist )
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