With my Ubuntu hat, I strongly regret that no Ubuntu developer (to my knowledge) stepped forward to point out the inaccuracies in Chris Beard’s (Mozilla Vice President of Products) Q&A on Mozilla Firefox in Ubuntu. Letting people bash Debian when Ubuntu gets so much stuff from Debian isn’t nice at all.
With my Debian hat, I really like how Mike Hommey chose to discuss facts, with references, in his reply to Chris Beard’s post. When it is possible, going back to the facts is really the best thing to do to avoid the usual FUD. It’s not really a surprise that this intelligent behaviour came from the Debian side.
I have been a very happy user of Epiphany since I made the switch from Firefox 3 months ago. I would recommend it to anyone still using Firefox who is tired of its slow startup times, and its lack of integration in the Gnome desktop.