Three Pillars

Mike Conley mconley at mozilla.com
Wed Jul 8 21:43:09 UTC 2015


>> I don't understand why core html rendering, javascript, and> compatibility were not one of the pillars.

I believe these fall under the "Uncompromised Quality" pillar. I believe
that under the "Great" column are certain things that a modern web
browser _must_ get right - like being standards compliant, stable,
performant, etc.

On 08/07/2015 12:49 PM, Evan Langlois wrote:
> If you really want to make Firefox great, stop focusing on all the bells
> and whistles and chat and plugins and all the crap.  
> 
> I have to constantly switch back to Chrome to be able to use an
> increasing number of websites.  At this point, its becoming more
> convenient to use Chrome as my default browser.   When I report URLs
> that don't work (and sometimes even WHY they don't work), I get no
> feedback and the site still fails 3 or 4 revisions later.
> 
> I don't understand why core html rendering, javascript, and
> compatibility were not one of the pillars.  If your focus as a web
> browser is not on browsing the web so I don't have to switch to Chrome,
> then I might as well switch to Chrome!
> 
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