Friday, October 28, 2011

Greasemonkey Usage by Firefox Version, Oct 2011

Just like August's post, here's a graph of what versions of Firefox people use Greasemonkey with.



You can open the spreadsheet for the raw data and a larger graph.

Takeaways seem to be not a lot has changed, besides some up-and-down for each rapid release version since then (6 came and went, with 7 replacing it).  Firefox 3.6 users are still just shy of three quarters of a million.  Firefox versions too old for the newest version of Greasemonkey are still hanging in at almost a quarter million, and just shy of 50,000 users are running a too-new version of Firefox, probably with Add-on Compatibility Reporter.

3 comments:

Lozzy said...

Good old Addon Compatibility Reporter. I've been using Aurora with it for some time and I don't remember coming across any compatibility issues. Makes me think Mozilla's new approach of treating Addons as compatible by default is the right way to go.

I don't know if there's an equivalent graph available to illustrate Firefox's overall usage by version, but I like tracking that progress with your graph. It seems fairly representative anyway.

Good to see 3.6 moving away, it must be a bit of a burden for those who have to continue its upkeep. Will be interesting to see what the line looks like after the advertised update.

Anonymous said...

Changing install.rdf works all the time.

sizzlemctwizzle said...

> Good to see 3.6 moving away, it must be a bit of a burden for those who have to continue its upkeep.

You have _no_ idea! All the UI for updating scripts in 3.6 had to basically be written from scratch since the old addons manager provides no sort of plugin capability found in the new manager. I'll be very happy when GM has few enough 3.6 users that we can drop that code.

 
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