jings crivens help mah boab! Rated 1 out of 5 stars

No change then I see? Still trying to wriggle your way out of your contradictory egotistical cage?!Still trying to put out there that this is the best thing since discovering what was between your legs?!The arrogance and self-centred nature of people, that attempt to make profit via free/open-source astounds me.. Here we are using Mozilla software, which we have never paid for and never will.. yet the little guy here presents this crud to the world, and ... I have one question sir, may I have access or a copy of the database on this wonderful server? I guess since the add-on is open-source, that means the data-base (within open-source ethics) is also open-source? Therefore, you have no problem in sharing it...
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Practices in production and development that promote access to the end product's source materials. This is what open-source is, not poking about source code! So Ive to "try" and fetch the database in "the way" the add-on "makes this".. Which says to me, you will continue to avoid the fact because that’s the way your data-base is set up.. I read too you know! ;)

Then you compare yourSELF to these huge multi-billion pound data-bases...

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.0.1-signed).  This user has other reviews of this add-on.

> may I have access or a copy of the database on this wonderful server?
No. However, you can try fetching the database in the way the add-on makes this. Investigate the source code, figure out how to do this and go ahead! That's open source.

> I guess since the add-on is open-source, that means the data-base (within open-source ethics) is also open-source?
OK. Then ask any company which contributes to open source to share all their databases (think about Facebook, Google, Apple, etc, who share a lot of open source software). Then return back and I'll share my database with you as well.