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Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] uBlock hit 3rd place on AMO

From: awakeyet
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] uBlock hit 3rd place on AMO
Date: Thu, 29 Dec 2016 03:08:06 +0100 (CET)

no of course I don't mean adblock plus when I literally said spyblock ( the one that comes with IceCat)

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28. Dec 2016 13:16 by address@hidden:

Do you mean this extension?

If so; Can you install it from that FF page?

El 28/12/16 a les 18:14, address@hidden ha escrit:
I really like spyblock. it just works and I don't have to worry about
ublock that's constantly being aggressively shilled everywhere like
linux mint. please let me just keep my spyblock.

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21. Dec 2016 12:40 by address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>:

On 2016-12-21 18:34, Sedov Andrey wrote:

I'm not arguing that a high rating is more donations. More donations is the best development software. But the betrayal of the idea Adblock = this betrayal.

I said that uBlock Origin refuse to take donations. The author,
Raymond Hill, is against it, thus nobody can sue him as they tried
with the Adblock Plus company Eyeo.

I think that GNU's fair. Adblock is not fair. I think people are coasting (old information) make a choice Adblock.
But over time more people will use uBlock Origin and less use of Adblock. And ratings for AMO Adblock will decrease uBlock Origin will improve (heh... I know I'm naive and idealist:) )
So I think that the way IceCat SpyBlock is the way with uBlock Origin, but not the path with the traitor Adblock.

If you have a Savannah account, then please put your vote on
http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?49606 (click on "Votes" at the bottom
of the page).

21.12.2016 23:55, David Hedlund пишет:

The AMO popularity rank is a key factor in making a good
decision. uBlock Origin refuse to take donations so this
cannot be profitable for the devs.



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