> Am I the only one who remembers what the *old* Firefox release process was like? You'd wait 2 years for the next version, which was then guaranteed to break *all* of your extensions. And it took at least a month for the extension writers to catch up. The new release would always come with show-stopper bugs, crashes, etc. and would stabilize in a few months.
That is nothing. I remember an even older Firefox, back from before it was called Firefox. You had to run one single window at a time, else it would crash too often. Even with a single window, it crashed often. Tabs? There were no tabs back then. I do not think we even had extensions. The versions were also a single number, only it had a "M" in front, and were also released with a rapid schedule.