Other than that, I can't really see where Firefox needs to change. I think it only needs to improve, keep on improving, keep on getting more awesome into it, and don't change into some Chrome-like closed source crap. Firefox is the community, and it doesn't really matter if the community is big or small. What matters is how much that community loves Firefox and itself. Some Firefox users are using Chrome now? In my experience, those users were never really part of the community. They don't develop extensions, they don't help out at SUMO, they don't test, they don't patch... Because if they did, they'd know that Chrome has nothing relevant to offer over Firefox. That is my firm belief, and I'm not worried in the slightest about users leaving Firefox, and I really hope Mozilla isn't either. If anything, it's a good thing, since we'll have an easier time dealing with security issues (which are always harder to deal with on widely used software). But Firefox is far from recessing, anyway, so this isn't even relevant right now. We're into the summer where it's usual for Fx to loose market share (for whatever reason, I haven't the slightest clue why), but when Firefox 4 is release, it will absolutely smash the competition. Chrome is standing still, and has stood still since two years ago, when it was released. Safari is standing still too, for the most part, and I really doubt they'll get any kind of relevant market share with those blurry fonts... Opera... Opera is awesome, but I really doubt they'll ever grow in market share, whatever they do... IE is really the main competitor for Firefox, as it always was, but if IE9 doesn't deliver a great user experience, it's going down as always! I'm really hoping that IE9 is a brilliant browser, I really am. Just imagine, everyone that is too stubborn (or less polite adjectives) to change from IE getting a proper, decent, fantastic experience in their browser! THAT would wake hem up for the reality that is browsing the web in a fantastic browser
Hopefully Microsoft won't drop the ball... User experience is key.