On Fri, 2016-01-08 at 11:25 +0100, Jiri Eischmann wrote:
How many extensions are packaged in Fedora repositories? 6? 6 out of
thousands available for Firefox. Yes, it's easier to make a standard
build when you happen to need an extension that is packaged in Fedora
repositories, but what are the odds?
And if you take time to package any other extension yourself, it's
a problem for you to package a simple script that will download the
extension from Mozilla.
I don't see how it makes it much more difficult.
Yes, this is why we will never ask the user to pick software during
installation. We pick a reasonable default instead. We can't please
everyone, but that is what the software center is for.