What I would like to see as the roadmap is not adding more features to Firefox, because it’s a good browser, but if you had a development cycle for a Firefox OS, and you had 10 percent of the computers in the world going out with Fire OS on it, then we would see some improvements in this corporation in Redmond.
[…] people would trust Firefox and Mozilla far more than they trust the Microsoft Corp. with the integrity of their computers.
While I would like to see a real alternative to Windows and OSX, part of me thinks we’ve already got enough Linux distributions. On the other hand, none of them have achieved any kind of critical mass. If the Firefox developers could do it well, then it might be really interesting. What do you think?