Yesterday I mentioned that the plan for testing the top 100 add-ons for memory leaks had hit a snag — our list is that of the top 100 installed add-ons, rather than the top 100 enabled add-ons, and the latter is what we really want.
However, after some thought, I’ve concluded that there is likely to be a lot of overlap between the two lists. For example, I’d be surprised if any of the top 50 enabled add-ons are not in the top 100 installed add-ons list. Furthermore, this kind of testing will never give perfect coverage anyway.
Therefore, there’s little point in delaying the testing while we wait for a better top 100 list. If you are interested in helping, please jump in. And if you contact me privately I’ll be able to suggest some add-ons that are towards the more popular end of the top 100 list. Thanks, and apologies for any confusion I have caused!