The Right to Flash - A petiton demanding equal Flash rights for Right-To-Le=
The Right to Flash is the initiative of Amir Dotan (London, UK), Mushon
Zer-Aviv (Tel-Aviv, Israel) and Naim Kamel (Ramallah, Palestine). It was
launched in July 2003 in order to make sure the middle east, doesn't get
left behind the development of the internet, believing it to be a powerful
tool for overcoming differences and for new methods of communication. In the
case of Flash both Palestinian users and Israeli users are united by the
similarity of our languages, both unfortunately left behind by Macromedia=
Flash MX technology.
Exerpt from the petition:
"…Macromedia Flash does not support Right-to-left languages. It is broken
and needs to be fixed. It currently doesn't meet the standards we've come to
expect from a company, which constantly expresses a commitment to show the
world 'what the web can be'…"
We believe The Right to Flash is universal and shouldn't be restricted by
cultures or languages. We look forward to start speaking Flash in our own
languages and to fully use its potential to make the web all that it can be.
PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION ON: http://www.the-right-to-flash.com
PLEASE FORWARD THIS MAIL TO AS MANY PEOPLE, MAILING LISTS OR WEB NEWS-POSTS=
AS YOU CAN.