Most MozillaZine Poll Respondents in Favour of New Roadmap Proposals

Tuesday April 15th, 2003

Our most recent poll questioned you about your thoughts on the new Mozilla Development Roadmap. 1,935 people answered with the majority being in favour of the plans. 58% are fully supportive of the proposals, while 30% are generally supportive but have some reservations. 4% of respondents describe themselves as neutral, 5% are generally opposed but like some of the new ideas and just 1% say they are completely opposed.

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#10 i dont think so

by johann_p

Wednesday April 16th, 2003 10:48 AM

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I dont think I am overestimating the problem, on the contrary. Unless there is tight control over what goes into what extension and how to make extensions fit into the main app as well fit to each other, extension hell will be far worse than now, because more basic functionality will have to get implemented that way. There is nothing bad about making features modular and have a modular way of putting together your optimal browser of choice by this mechanism. But the overhead of doing this right will probably get bigger, if done correctly.