Rated 3.5 out of 5
3.5 Stars out of 5
- by BENBOBBY, 2 days agoRated 1 out of 5What silly BOSS at Mozilla thought this was a good idea? 'Strong and independent women' yet have to hide hurty words from view like children lol
Also this is being heavily artificially promoted - appearing in 'Recommended', 'Trending' and 'Top Rated' lists despite only have 88 five star reviews with a poor average. Pathetic.
- by Firefox user 14083446, 14 days agoRated 3 out of 5Dear developers, you are really very cool, but please develop your browser and Mozilla technologies better. Let activists be engaged in such public programs.
- by Firefox user 12352989, 21 days agoRated 4 out of 5Great add on, but please make it customizable! "Dyke" has been reclaimed and as a Queer Person it seems weird for that to be corrected. (I know, its always about context, so I would say it is ok that it is generally included, but should be optional/trusted pages option)
- by Marvin Lehwald, a month agoRated 5 out of 5Liebes Entwicklerteam, Ich hatte ein ähnliche Idee. Ich wollte Fragen ob es eine Möglichkeit gibt sich mit dem Entwicklerteam auszutauschen um das Internet zu einem besseren Ort zu machen.
- by Firefox user 13587288, a month agoRated 1 out of 5The Recommended Extensions program should be something all users (and low-information users especially) can rely on for trusted, safe and useful add-ons. From the associated support article "The tightly curated nature of Recommended extensions means we may only feature up to a few hundred, or less, at a time. We try to select content that will be relevant to Firefox users around the globe."
Mozilla, the Recommended badge is either a mark of excellence or it's not.
That's for you to decide.
- by MetalKroustibat, 2 months agoRated 4 out of 5This is really a GREAT idea.
But please consider letting us configure which word is replaced and which is not :) I'm French and the word "p*tain" is 95% of the time not used in a way to degrade a woman.
Keep it up!