That is generally what I said here: viewtopic.php?f=44&t=6307mikeysc wrote:No problem, just that we can't really do anything to speed it along.
My real interest personally, for what it's worth, is in finding older, good, abandoned extensions that can be forked for Pale Moon. But generally not the kind that are most popular (such as google, youtube, video, download speeder-uppers, styling or anything flashy); but rather those that enhance the basic browser functions, especially privacy and security related functions. If anybody that can wants to help with that, PM me.
Our top priority is abandoned add-ons, and insanely popular add-ons like the adblockers. It will take time.. I mean WHO ELSE HAS EVER ACTUALLY TRIED TO DO WHAT WE ARE DOING?! With a mozilla-like infrastructure, a fully forked and independently developed Mozilla codebase. Etc. No one.. Not to the degree we are and if you want to harp on it or doubt it or think it is not progressing far or fast enough or whatever..
Realize it is still going to happen and no amount of "Moonchild could get hit by a bus" or "Not backed by a big corp" non-sense will stop the attempt and effort. The future is... The future. Whatever form it will take it shall take. But it is happening. And it is our.. my, Moonchild's mikeysec's lootyhoof's, the beta testers, and everyone else commitment to it that will continue to make the possibilities become what you would in the long term expect. Besides, if we don't.. who will? Mozilla? Yeah, I am sure they will get right on that for you