Mozilla employees have raised various discussions here, but they seem to be directing the discussion to their own convenience or otherwise ignoring the opinions. I don't consider those to be discussions. Such approachs will fail, as it will lead to community pushback after the feature is implemented, wasting resources and losing trust.
PS: I apologize that I was offensive because of my frustration and that I do not know how to mitigate it now.
I agree and I've posted before about (display the progress of ongoing downloads) and it is still there. This is the most aggravating thing ever, except that no one here is listening to the users. Why did you change it in the first place, because one of your team suggested it? And now they can't admit that they were wrong. Get off your ego trip. We don't like it. I've talked to my friends and they tell me that they don't like it and when I suggerst they report it to you guys you know what they say, "Why bother, they won't do anything about it.)
This "Discussions" section seems to be pretty general, and people seem to use it for whatever they feel like.
If you have a specific proposal for a feature change, you can use the "Ideas" section, which actually integrates with the product planning process.
If you have a support question, you can head over to Mozilla Support at https://support.mozilla.org/.
I think you would need to better explain what you're addressing here in order for me, at least, to even be able to form an opinion on it. You could be saying any of a great many things. Some of those things would cause me to pay attention, others would make me ignore you. For example:
Wasting resources is a real concern, but any extreme can waste resources. Making sure everyone is happy with every change is one extreme. Ignoring or otherwise not getting the benefit of users who have solid reasons for an opinion is another. But balancing them would require something more specific to (meta-)discuss.