Note the date. This was published on April 1.
From today I will not be an active Mozilla contributor anymore.
I’ve spent last couple of years contributing to Mozilla project by translating and localizing content, organizing events, migrating businesses and individuals to open web tools like Firefox, Thunderbird and Bugzilla, talking to conferences, universities and user groups in Europe about Freedom and open web and free culture, organizing fund-raising campaigns, supporting couple of forums about Mozilla technologies, evangelizing developers to write addons and jetpacks and many many more thing, but I don’t see my impact:
- The Firefox is still the slowest browser in the world on my favorite Windows.
- The only e-mails i’ve got from Mozilla are about – “donaaaate more moneyyyy, Bogo”
- Most of the people within Mozilla doesn’t care about community at all.
- Month after month the things community suppose to do are more that previous month. I have to quit my job in order to drive with the same speed as others.
- Most of the people in the World still think Google Chrome is a good browser and Google respect their privacy.
- They still don’t want to hire me
This is enought!
Au revoir Mozilla.
The new feature
The good part of this is thanks to my Mozilla experience I was hired by Microsoft OpenWeb team as a consultant and I will try to convince Firefox users to download the new Internet Explorer with “The FX migrator” tools – to transfer ALL of your Mozilla data to Microsoft platform, including your Thunderbird and Bugzilla data and to use the new Microsoft Open Web Cloud provider for storing your data.
Au revoir Mozilla and Thanks for making me leave