Cleaning the dust off my old and silent blog…
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You’re invited to participate in an open ticket for the flash-plugin under linux-based systems, whereas the plugin performs horribly (my humble guess is that they’ve released some rushed versions, programmed in a ‘just-make-it-run-somehow-don’t-care-how’ fashion).
If you experience the over-killed CPU or jerky frames dancing under your nose when playing flash content, be sure to participate in the discussions. If they need to be flooded with frustrated Linux users to take this in consideration, than so be it. The more we talk, the more chances we get to actually be supported by these so-called ‘software giants’ …
Again, the ticket is open here: http://bugs.adobe.com/jira/browse/FP-1692
Update: don’t forget to vote for the ticket to gather higher importance, it seems like they fix bugs by votes count.
As a lonely-wolf programmer on a linux platform (among windows mates), I strive to find a good editor / IDE if needed, to help enhance my work as much as possible. After a ton of trials, I’ve established the best ground for cooking code on an unexpected app, that was right there under my nose while looking somewhere else: gEdit, the default text editor of Gnome.
Along the quest to use it’s flexible plugin system, I’ve gathered some favourites that really increases productivity on a stable and proven platform: