If you insist But you'd have as much luck asking everyone to email jobs and tell him to allow flash... There's no technical reason why he shouldn't.
Flash for Mac is a good enough reason. Its awful performance on Android is another. Security is yet another issue; the OS X update prior to the most recent fixed dozens of Flash vulnerabilities alone. There are open ways to implement what Flash does now; it is obsolete. You will not be using it 5 years from now.
Things become standards because a large group of people (or more often a small group of very influential people - which amounts to the same thing) decide they all like one thing.
Let me know when the ISO or w3c recognizes Flash. Standards can be implemented without third party intervention; I can run Java on a PPC Mac running a Linux distribution. Flash will never have that distinction.
Oh, and of course you might as well email Apple to tell them to stop using quicktime for video - I don't believe that is a standard, is it?
QuickTime X dropped a bunch of the proprietary legacy codecs. AAC and x264 playback on any device. Apple's QuickTime streaming server has been open source for years.
As I stated - this app may suck for some games and such now
As long as it is a glorified VNC client -- the only thing it can really ever be, it's going to suck. Things basic enough to be used through it will eventually go the way of HTML5 and other open standards anyway.