The register is reporting that Adobe is turning over development of the recent abandon AIR application to an open source consortium. The Open Screen Project(OSP) will take over AIR development. This is a group of companies including tech power-houses Google, Intel and Motorola. Hopefully this will help it keep pace with the Mac and Windows versions. All of these companies have a vested interest in Linux and teams that are used to develop on and for Linux. So we think there are great things to come.
Adobe takes AIR out of Linux
Adobe announced today in a blog post that they will no longer be supporting AIR on Linux. This link over to Phoronix has a great description of the details. It sounds like they will be allowing other partners to provide AIR Clients but they won’t be providing one. So another Adobe product bites the dust on Linux. So much for cross platform development and build once run anywhere promises yet again.