On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 7:17 AM, Tomas Radej <tradej@redhat.com> wrote:
I believe M$ made "good experience" with ballot screen, may be we should
implement something similar in open source spirit ;)

If we do not want Firefox as default, this seems to be much better option than just replacing it with a specific one IMHO.

The "ballot screen" was required to be developed by Microsoft as part of the settlement of the anti-trust case with the EU.  Mozilla's Firefox ads don't even begin to approach what Microsoft was doing.  We don't need a "default-o-matic" program where people would end up choosing Firefox anyway.  If we really wanted to provide a free alternative to Firefox, we'd get Chromium working - it is really the only viable alternative.