Flash on our websites?

Nicolás Alvarez nicolas.alvarez at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 12:43:00 BST 2018

El 14 oct. 2018, a la(s) 17:22, Myriam Schweingruber <myriam at kde.org> escribió:

> Hi there,
> sorry for cross-posting, but I think the question is a really serious one
> I agree I do not open the kde.org website very often, but I did so Saturday when at the KDE booth in Dornbirn. Since I use a Flash blocker I was quite surprised to get notified that the website tries to load Flash content (see attached screenshot and inspection panel).
> I really wonder why it is necessary for a Free Software Community like KDE to use closed source technology on the very website where we promote Free Software.
> Best regards, Myriam

Click to allow the blocker to show the Flash element, and then show in the inspector where the actual Flash element is, rather than the blocker's placeholder. If you can't find it... it must be a bug in the blocker extension and there is indeed no Flash.

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