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|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||2 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 4 out of 5 stars|
In a little more detail...
I will stop develop the Noia theme for Firefox and will not public my work on the Mozilla Addons page anymore unless I get the apology letter from Jorge Villalobos, Add-ons Developer Relations Lead and the Mozilla CEO about their action.
I got the email from Jorge 2 weeks ago about my theme description. He said that the instruction about how to active the Noia theme option is a security risk to the Firefox and I must remove it. Without any warning before, he already removed my theme from the recommendation status.
Well, for this first time, I edited my description page, deleted the instruction about how to active the Noia theme option from Mozilla Addons page but I put the link point to my deviantArt page instead.
Today, I got the other email from Jorge again and this time he said that he already moved my Noia theme to the sandbox(inactive my theme) because I still put the link that point the user to my deviantArt page and show them how to active the Noia theme option menu.
He take an action to my Noia theme without any warning before hand.
Who am I?
Am I a worker for Mozilla? Am I get paid to make theme for Firefox?
I'm a full time work who have a stable job and this is just my hobby.
So, if you still care about the art work and free work to support Firefox, you should treat the developer much better than this...
I will stop develop the Noia theme for Firefox until I satisfy with their action...
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