The quick launch ended with a reputation as a developer of Mozilla Firefox
Since the launch of Firefox 4 in March last year, Mozilla changed its Policy of launching new versions of the current policy of rapid releases, where every few months a new version of the browser, much like rival Google Chrome browser.
Although late last year boasted Mozilla advances its browser with its policy of rapid releases , this policy is not working against the tide of Chrome , and according to Jono DiCarlo, Mozilla developer, this policy is causing more harm than good, because with each new browser version, you receive complaints about broken supplements and intrusive dialog boxes. What projects an image of inferiority of Firefox to Chrome.
Although the policy of rapid Releases of Mozilla is a measure that seeks to make Firefox more competitive with Chrome, instead it is getting fed to users (especially business users), causing many of them migrate to another browser. With it, Firefox looks like a lower version of Chrome.
Although the upgrade process has improved, it does not stop every time the number of Firefox users is smaller, so it concludes that the quick releases are killing FireFox.
Link: Mozilla developer says ‘rapid releases Killed Firefox’s reputation’ (The Verge)Tags: browser, developer, fast, Firefox, Internet, killing, Mozilla, Policy, Releases