As of lately I started using chromium for school stuff and I'm seriously starting to get worried about mozilla and firefox. Chromium is just so much better than firefox from a performance and UI/UX perspective.
Also it seems like mozilla is very focused on making a browser for non tech-literate people. However non tech-literate people don't use firefox. They use chrome.
It really seems like they're forgetting their actual audience while focusing on a target audience that doesn't use their browser.
Examples of such behaviour are e.g. the Cliqz integration, automatic enabling of DoH (with cloudflare resolvers), the age of the ticket asking for firefox to respect the XDG base directory specification (which is still open) and many more.
I really hope Mozilla realizes their mistake before it's too late.
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