"It looks to me like Richard started out in assembly, and his exposure to OOP has been through the marvelous examples provided by C , Java, and C#. In those languages, you get OO as the supposed main play, but it's surrounded with stupidity like primitive data types, 'final' class definitions, etc, etc - it's no wonder he's come away with so many bad ideas"
Right, but what about the experiences that Mozilla chooses to default for users like switching to Yahoo and making that the default upon upgrade and not respecting their previous settings ?What about baking Pocket and Tiles into the experience? Did users want these features? All I have seen is opposition to them. via Unnecessary Finger Pointing