Mozilla is a really frustrating situation. They wanted Bay area real estate to "attract talent" even though most other open source not for profits have no problem attracting talent remotely from a mixture of countries. They opened other offices in major cities with similar rationale. They spent an obscene amount of money hiring middle management types who then dreamt up silly moonshot projects, many which were totally unrelated to the Foundations purpose. Most of those have not panned out and were huge money losers. They wasted billions over the years which could've been spent solidifying Firefox as a free and open alternative to Chrome but instead tried to diversify their revenue stream away from their search engine deals. A laudable goal but nowhere near realized, they are back where they started. Worse, they laid off technical jobs that were needed for browser improvement and still have a lot of the middle management cruft that was the problem in the first place. They have essentially punted the last 10 years and have nothing to show for it.
All I want out of the Mozilla Foundation are open source tools/API and a check on the internet ecosystem to insure corporations don't dominate every aspect of it. That's why I donate a not insignificant amount of money every year to them. I don't donate for fucking Pocket, that does nothing for the foundation and it does nothing for the internet. They seem to have totally forgotten their own purpose and goals so its becoming harder and harder every year to give them any money knowing it will be squandered. Firefox languishes, much of the API, toolchain and RFC work has suffered from lack of internal funding and the Foundation keeps up the same nonsense. At least they finally realized they need to end the CA lease, sheesh.
Playing: Xenoblade Chronicles DE, Ys IX, God of War
Watching: Lupin, You me and the Apocalypse, Days of Thunder