Well, in principle this sounds like maybe a nice idea, but, just my
i> It supports only a subset of features in Flash, so is always going to
be considered 'inferior', and for a lot of projects, impractical, etc.
ii> It continues lock-in with adobe's proprietary development tools,
giving the illusion that one can use CS3 Flash or whatever and create
something that works as Flash and html5, which is not true, due to point
iii> From what I can tell, though this is not backed up by hard numbers,
the html 5 generated seems to perform worse than the flash versions. This
creates the impression that html 5 is 'slower', which I don't believe is
true but has more to do with the conversion / generation process.
It's mostly point ii> that makes me a bit uneasy - I find lock-in to
adobe's monstrous development tools a bit scary, and this seems to
perpetuate that rather than get away from it .. I may be looking at it
from a wrong angle though ..
Anyway - cheers,