@Stéphane: Yeah, my suggestion to "drop it somehow" implies that there
is a need for some considerations; for instance there is bug #1544409.
Ideally you would make pepperflashplugin-nonfree a dummy transitional
package which depends on adobe-flashplugin, but since the latter resides
in Canonical Partner, which is not enabled by default, it's probably not
that easy.

As regards Firefox (pepperflashplugin-nonfree has never been meant for
Firefox) Adobe will indeed provide an up-to-date version of the NPAPI
plugin soon. Currently I'm making a modified version of adobe-
flashplugin, with Flash Player 23 Beta, available in this PPA:


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