jpenny84 Wrote:The Pale Moon people have elected to stay with a legacy Firefox extension framework. LastPass would have to rewrite and maintain a separate extension just for this Firefox clone; hardly a small amount of work.
Is that quite right? Mozilla decided to implement the 'WebExtension' framework, which meant ALL extensions for Firefox had to be re-written to fit this new system. Prior to the changeover, the LastPass extension was developed and maintained on the XUL-based system, which Pale Moon has decided to remain with. So, couldn't the extension have been carried on without too much work on LastPass' part, as the bulk of the work was actually done forking to the new WebExtension framework? Perhaps give the maintenance and support of the XUL-based extension to interns/new hires to maintain, as an introduction to the company
If LastPass released a XUL-based version once a quarter or something, it would be nice. Freedom for all!
Off-topic: I think there would be some who would argue over the word 'legacy' here too.