Originally Posted by TobiSGD
... The Pepper API is neither platform dependent nor patented, it is an open API. Everyone is free to implement it, this is not the case with ActiveX. So if one team of browser developers decides to not implement an open API it can hardly be the fault of a third party.
The problem with Google is that they don't accept contributions, it's Not really 'open source' and have you ever tried to one, find the 'contributors site' or two, voice an opinion and three, worse yet, contribute?
Google does what google will and your opinion does not count... take it or leave it.. try leaving... lol.. they're everywhere, unfortunately.