One writer's thoughts on the future of Firefox


hm I think that with privacy becoming an increasingly important topic in Europe, dependence on FAANG will decrease over the next decade. You already see this in multiple governments and armies in Europe who have started implementing self-hosted solutions of open-source, federated software, such as Matrix for messaging, Nextcloud for cloud storage, Qwant for searching, etc. They will also be looking for privacy-safe Operating systems (/e/!) and privacy-safe browsers. So i think there is hope for Mozilla.


Statistics Can Be Misleading

The pure and simple truth is rarely pure and never simple
Oscar Wilde

W3Schools’ statistics may not be relevant to your web site. Different sites attract different audiences. Some web sites attract developers using professional hardware, while other sites attract hobbyists using older computers.

Anyway, data collected from W3Schools’ log-files over many years clearly shows the long term trends.

The article is based on very biased statistics (below) but even the above data does not look good for Firefox.

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