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Microsoft claims .NET is going opensource, what about SilverLight [closed]

asked 2015-04-14 03:46:10 -0500

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updated 2015-04-15 15:21:30 -0500

Microsoft claims .NET is going opensource in 2015. Does that mean ease of viewing Netflix will be coming to Firefox Fedora?

The ebook is rather markety; but its also free and quickly captures what is new for .NET's plate.

I would like to use SilverLight accasionally from Fedora without installing Chrome. Is the Netflix app somewhat easily available for Fedora?

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Closed for the following reason not a real question by cobra
close date 2015-04-14 04:09:03.000787


Removed links since that looks like an ad

mether gravatar imagemether ( 2015-04-14 08:54:25 -0500 )edit

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answered 2015-04-14 04:08:35 -0500

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As good as this question is, it doesn't really impact Fedora directly. If you have a specific technical question about Fedora (which is why this site exists) then please ask it. This format isn't really geared up for a discussion, though. Perhaps it would be better if you took this discussion to one of the many Linux forums?

For this question, though, I'm closing it down as we won't be able to progress a debate.

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