Adobe are to cease providing official builds of Adobe Air on the Linux desktop. Citing 'flat growth' and low-uptake of the official Linux Air runtime as contributing factors to the decision, Adobe will instead 'focus resources' on mobile clients - such as Android - whose market share is increasing by the day.
The on-going campaign to persuade Adobe to release (at least parts) of their 'Creative Suite' software on Linux is beginning to resemble a game of tic-tac-toe: One second it appears to be going one way and then, slam, a big fat 'X' falls down, and the game is off in a different direction.
Adobe Flash Player 10.3 beta saw release yesterday/today/tomorrow (depending on your timezone) - but what's new? Quite a bit. Read on for more.
An Adobe employee has urged Linux users wanting native Creative Suite applications for their OS to submit a 'Feature request directly' to the company's engineering team.