Am Dienstag 10 August 2010 schrieb Paweł Hajdan, Jr.:
> Gentoo uses /usr/$(get_libdir)/nsbrowser/plugins for browser plugins.
> However, Debian uses /usr/$(get_libdir)/mozilla/plugins, and that's what
> many software projects (including Chromium) target.
> Why are we using nsbrowser/plugins instead of mozilla/plugins, and how
> relalistic would it be to switch to mozilla/plugins?

The optimal approach would be some kind of standard for things like this. If 
you are already in contact with chromium developers, you might want to start 
such an initiative.

If it would be written in the FHS or something alike, it'd probably be easier 
to convince all browser vendors and distributions to stick to one general 

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