After reading Blake’s entry about Foxfire, I did a little bit of Googling and found the following two articles from respected (no longer) publications:
eWeek: Mozilla is Dead; Long Live Mozilla, which contains the following gem:
Given the group’s resources, I think that was probably the right move. And, back in November, Baker made it clear that Foxfire and Thunderbird would be on the front burner, but sudden shifts like this one make me wonder about Mozilla’s long-term planning and management.
Can you say dyslexic? Personally, I think the name is fine. If there are people around who can’t remember a simple name, chances are that they won’t be able to figure out tabbed browsing either.