To me that sounds like, if you have a Flash site, and you want it to be SEO, then if you render to google an html page with the same textual content as the flash swf, then you are safe. As long as I am not "with the intent to deceive search engines" and am not "including substantially different content in the alternate [flash] element", am I safe? Is that legitimate? Has anyone verified this?
I also get from that set of webmaster guidelines that it would be acceptable to redirect a url like site.com/home.html to site.com/#/home for flash users, because the intent is not to deceive and if they are only differing by the "View", with the "Model" staying the same, is that legitimate?