"When deciding whether to block an add-on from running in Firefox, we ask whether the risk is so great that it outweighs the user’s choice to install the software, the utility it provides, as well as the developer’s freedom to distribute and control their software." - Mozilla
Btw, I'm still trying to get answers on Pocket's source code: https://discourse.mozilla.org/t/pocket-source-code/43686
Feel free to comment or add questions/answers if you have any. Anything constructive? put it there!
It's unfortunate, but it seems the only reason they opened up the source for the FF components is because...they might have had to do more with the licensing of Firefox rather than any willingness on the part of Mozilla.
I really want to give folks their due process though and let these questions be answered...but when? I'm told this is "regular vacation season" but when does that end? I'm dismayed.
@brandon I'm guessing Pocket pays Mozilla…
@brandon this is what they said almost 6 months ago https://twitter.com/pocketsupport/status/1106007483947147266. I'm starting to doubt that they don't have any ideas to open source it ever 😞
@artfulsodger 😂 pathetic
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