'However much you love your chosen web browser, you have probably
enhanced its capabilities through the use of add-ons. Finding decent,
reliable add-ons can be tricky, and this is why Mozilla is launching
the Recommended Extensions program. This editor-curated program will
surface the very best vetted extensions for Firefox, and it is due to
roll out in stages later this summer.
Mozilla says that any extensions it recommends through the program
will be highlighted across its portfolio of websites and products,
(AMO) and on Firefox's Get Add-Ons page.
The company is already identifying extensions it likes the look of,
and will soon be reaching out to developers. Changes should be seen on
AMO around June.'
-- source: https://tech.slashdot.org/story/19/04/09/1444248
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