« on: September 25, 2015, 10:42 PM »
Innuendo, I couldn't agree more with you. Mozilla captured a solid base of users, not only for Firefox but also for Thunderbird, but now it seems it's just another bureaucratic minds' nest. We all know what happens when bureaucratic minds prevail: stupidity and incompetence arise and market focus and productivity declines. Since dropping Thunderbird from there stupid minds, whoever runs Mozilla have lost focus on their clients: no question FF has been the best browser, but it hasn't just because of Mozilla but because of third party developers creating sound add-ons. Now things are changing in Mozilla strengthening the bureaucratic way to take decisions. I intend not to upgrade FF to v 41 and keep an eye on Pale Moon and FossaMail: perhaps this could be an effective way to telling those stupid bureaucrats what we think about what's worthed and what they really are.