We're not going to maintain an add-ons archive for unsupported versions
of Firefox, no. Some community members have shown interest in doing
something like that and we have pointed them to our API docs which would
enable them to do that. If anyone else wants to collaborate in such a
project, the dev-addons list is the place to go.
On 2/12/18 2:50 PM, Paul Kosinski wrote:
> Is Mozilla actually going to leave all users of ESR 52 out in the cold
> at the "end" of the ESR 52 cycle? I *hope* that the non-WE extensions
> will still be available in an archive area, like older versions of
> Firefox are at "ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/".
> (Even Microsoft hasn't totally ditched users of older versions of
> Windows, just because they're trying to force users onto Windows 10.)
> On Mon, 12 Feb 2018 11:17:33 -0600
> Jorge Villalobos <jo...@mozilla.com> wrote:
>> I can confirm that's still our plan.
>> Jorge Villalobos
>> AMO Product Manager
>> On 2/12/18 4:16 AM, Philipp Madersbacher wrote:
>>> Hi, where have you heard that? According to
>>> AMO will host legacy addons as long as the 52esr cycle lasts...
>>> 2018-02-12 0:27 GMT+01:00 Jo Brown <mpa111_1...@hawaii.rr.com
>>> Fx 52.x ESR is officially supported by Mozilla through August
>>> 28. I expected traditional extensions at AMO to be AVAILABLE
>>> through that date. Yet, I am hearing that Mozilla will purge all
>>> non WE extensions as early as MAY!
>>> Can anyone provide more information? Thanks.
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