Considering the original email was posted in September 2012, and if I recall correctly, FB4.7 Beta was release then. So I suspect it was a typo by the original poster in that they meant to say FB4.7 Beta is (at that time) now available. That fact is confirmed by inclusion of a link to then labs 4.7 beta page.
I want to know the same thing, Adobe your attitude to the flash community and your product is terrible. The biggest reason why flash is not what it used to be right now is because you failed to advertise it, defend it when you had to and promote it as a tool for multi-platform application, web and game development. Most people that don't really work with flash think it's dead and have no idea you can even make applications for Andoid and iOS with it. They think that your announcement that you stop supporting flash player for mobile meant you killed flash and you can't do anything with it for mobile. So how would a client want to use flash to build something when he thinks it's is a dead technology. People are unaware of what your technology is really capable of and you didn't make the effort to sell it at all - not to us developers, but for the clients that we would have if they knew how great flash is.
And now... you don't even reply to this simple forum thread, and you are so quiet again on what's to come... how do you think this reflects to everyone... with your passivity you're killing your own hard work and everyone involved with it...
Finally somebody which has good English and is saying precisely what should have been said for a very-very long time now!
ADOBE your are useless & with it all your highflying staff which is on here giving godlike appearances!
ADOBE you have left so many people out there in the cold believing in a product which you blatenly gave away & most of all toke the money of people for a product for years and which is now dumed - Shame on you!
The Idea was outstanding YET the Excicution appalling ..................... I cherish the years of 2007 to 2013 where FLEX was still a force to recon with on the Internet - yet where is anything now? web sites, blogs and most of all forums around Flex have disappear leaving people to there own demise!
There's lots going on at Apache Flex. Even a version of Flex that doesn't require Flash. Follow the activity by subscribing to the dev mailing list by sending an email to email@example.com, or by following the mailing list on Nabble at http://apache-flex-development.2333347.n4.nabble.com
Shame on you!