As you might already know, I haven’t had much time to dedicate to posting on Flash Speaks ActionScript. There are so many topics that I would love to go into if time was only permitted. It really did not sit well with me letting FSA go stale. Write For Us To keep FSA moving along … Read more
Don’t you hate it when things that should work, don’t work themselves out. Earlier last week, I updated my feeds using Google’s new FeedBurner setup which was painless. However, that is until I realized that the subscribed user count dropped in half.
If any of you are having issues with viewing the RSS feed, you can simply re-subscribe. That should fix things. I apologize for the inconveince, but this is one of those time where things should work themselves out.
It is always great to wake up every morning to find out that a new AS3 class or library has been introduced to the Flash community. You know that saying that too much of a good thing is a bad thing. This might just fit that saying.
As the new year enters, I am sure there are going to be a lot to talk and post about. In 2008, posts on Flash Speaks ActionScript were randomly chosen with little user influence. As we begin 2009, I would like to open up suggestions to all new and existing users on Flash Speaks ActionScript. To help kick suggestions along, I have integrated a new suggestion panel called Skribit.