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What's up with the Bible mockery in about:mozilla?

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about:mozilla brings up a series of Bible mockery "verses". Wiki tells me it is an old old thing with Mozilla. And it was used as Easter egg thing in the early days of Mozilla, which really doesn't matter to me, it is an offense to Christians. Imagine these days if I go on mocking homosexuals or black people?!

Why keep this? Christians should take offense at this. Very distasteful!! So distasteful I am considering dropping mozilla's "beast browser".

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Hello aegon,

The people who answer questions here are volunteers, users just like you, who are trying to help other users in their spare time.

If you want to, you can give feedback, using one, some, or all of these links :

Input page : https://qsurvey.mozilla.com/s3/FirefoxInput/

Discourse  : https://discourse.mozilla.org/c/firefox-development

Reddit  : https://www.reddit.com/r/firefox/

Twitter  : https://twitter.com/firefox

Facebook  : https://www.facebook.com/Firefox

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Thanks but, these generic links are really useless.

I get that users are the one awnsering. But developers surly are lurking here...for sure they are!

I'll just make this known in Christian circles as much as I can. For for a serious christian, like myself, there should be ABSOLUTELY no mockery about the Lord or his ways.

Nevermind then. The best thing is to make this know and count, count how many FF users will migrate out of it. If I get one out, I'll be happy already.

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Well I guess this is going to die here, along with those mockers.

I DO prefer this way: https://i.postimg.cc/dt3CD1fP/nomockery.png

Devs: change THAT mozilla.dtd file, as it is wicked.

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it is quite far fetched and a stretch of imagination to interpret the content of about:mozilla this way imho. since this thread is rather an advocacy issue than a request for support that we volunteer contributors would be ale to help with here, i'm going to close this thread.