Here's the thing You claimed that Mozilla is driven by NIH syndrome which is a far cry from what you're claiming now.
Originally Posted by Luke_Wolf
I do not claim to be an expert in matter, but as far as I can see, Mozilla's developers have a solid point:
Google never intended or designed Pepper API with portability in mind and trying to shove it into Mozilla requires major changes to the existing, working code base with little benefit outside of Flash.
Oh, and nothing stops Google from replacing this API in two months because they have invented some other cool technology (And to be frank, I love Google, but they have no issues throwing out existing technology every two seconds).
You cannot possibly claim with a strait face that Mozilla's decisions are political and not technical just because they don't follow your personal preference (Like dart, hate js).
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