“The results were a big surprise, and hearkened back to the bad olâ€™ days when open source and the rest of the world usually didnâ€™t work and play well together. Browser, cookies, bandwidth and â€œFlash Test Videoâ€ all passed with flying colors. What didnâ€™t pass? Our Linux Mint operating system.”
See Linux Foundation ‘Fails’ Linux Mint: Suggests Upgrade to Windows or MacI’ve played sports a bit. I know one can be quite skilled/capable and still have an embarrassing fumble. I hope this is all this is. I hope this is a learning experience. I hope The Linux Foundation once again embraces the desktop OS that is GNU/Linux. Really, folks, it’s not just about servers and controllers and networking. GNU/Linux works for people.
FLASH? LF webinars depend on FLASH!? This is the 21st century. Folks are using HTML5 and lots of other popular standards. Why is LF trying to hold the world back to a deprecated technology, one that only awkwardly works with their kernel?