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Archive for November, 2006
At work we create a number of applications based on Flash. A month or so ago our users began upgrading to Flash 9 and seeing intermittent crashes. This was caused by an apparent bug in the Flash 9 player on all platforms (Linux, Mac, Windows). We reported this a number of times but Adobe didn’t really respond. After some google searching I managed to track down the Product Managers for the Flash Player product. They later put me in touch with the QA team who indicates theyve release 18.104.22.168 this week to resolve a number of bugs.
This new release seems to resolve all but one of the bugs we had reported. So if you’re noticing flash stability issues you may wish to upgrade. Unfortunately, the update won’t be available on Linux for a while as its still in beta 🙁
Charlie Peters, RedHat EVP, indicates they’re planning on releasing the next round of jboss products with “community” versions and “enterprise” versions. This is very interesting, as Marc Fluery repeatedly stated at JBossWorld that there were no plans to seperate the free and paid versions of their products. He made it clear the current model would continue as RedHat acuqired JBoss. Maybe he doesn’t have as much control over the JBoss business unit as he originaly thought? Or has he changed his opinion about his support contract based business model?
Lots of companies are coming out of the woodwork this year and signup as sponsors. This should be our biggest year yet. If you are interested in sponsorsing SCALE we still have space available on our expo floor. Just drop us a line. Helo us make SCALE 5x a sucess.
Additionally, the CFP will be closing on Monday. Don’t forget to submit your abstracts!