32 responses

  1. The_Mainlander wrote on :

    Can not wait for this to be live so I can try it!

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  7. Miguel Martinez wrote on :

    And when you guys will be ready to “DOWNLOAD”? I’m ready to try even when I support “PRIVACY”,and by joined you are not FREE any more.

  8. Miguel wrote on :

    cool application but their are too many,how many more we need?

  9. easternerd wrote on :

    I am looking forward to another innovative product from Mozilla.. as an avvid user of Mozilla since its very inception and first release am glad that another doughnut is cooking 🙂

  10. Karthikesh wrote on :

    I am interested in exploring Raindrop by being an alpha/beta tester.

  11. Ben Chestnut wrote on :

    This is intriguing. Especially since it’s a web app. Can’t wait to see it!

  12. Varun Pramanik wrote on :

    Hey Mozilla Team,

    This seems like a really innovative idea. Kudos to you guys for coming up with it.


  13. Redditor wrote on :


    You made Firefox 3.x the worst release of your browser ever. You dropped the ball. And now you are making a google reader?

    You are rapidly losing credibility – I no longer have a Firefox shorcut on my linux or mac machines, it is Safari, epiphany-webkit and chrome / chromium all the way.

    Do some more of those fancy 10 minute $8,000 videos to talk about your weak ideas and prototypes that go nowhere.

    Way to waste all those millions from google – ah well.

  14. Seth wrote on :

    While it seems like a good idea to have a web portal side of it. The whole reason I use Thunderbird is to have access to my communications while offline. A standalone version of raindrop that can save the data from the raindrop portal locally seems idea.

    Thanks Mozilla

  15. Jawahar K wrote on :

    Hi Guys,

    iam a avid fan of Firefox. keep up your great job. i await to hear from your new innovation..

    good luck

  16. Akash wrote on :

    please invite me.

  17. Rob wrote on :

    Sounds very interesting and inventive. I would like to follow the development

  18. Tony Fleming wrote on :

    This sounds AMAZING. It clearly addresses a void in social communications that needs to be filed. And pretty much Is what people though Google Wave WAS supposed to be. Don’t get me wrong. I want to incorporate Wave into my business and personal collaboration. But rain drop looks like a tool I would use EVERY DAY.

  19. Jim Edwards wrote on :

    Really excited about this project… crank it out! This is what Google wave should have been.

  20. Eugene Barnes wrote on :


    I believe that this project could be a great solution to the ever increasing messages that one must deal with. I would like to be able to help with this project if I could. Please let me know when I can sign-up.

    Thank you,

  21. Joseph wrote on :

    I really want to see how raindrop can ease my email experience, I manage multiple accounts, facebook and so .. it would be great to test it!!


  22. John Paul Mays wrote on :

    Raindrop sounds like an exciting project and application. When do you think the first public beta will become available for testing?

  23. Dave Graham wrote on :

    Sounds like a good idea.

  24. Drew Freeman wrote on :

    Thunderbird 3 user

  25. Chris Weber wrote on :

    I’d love to be part of this great venture. I love trying out new products and give great feedback. I’m knowledgeable about technology and feel I would be a great asset.


  26. Bruno Freitas wrote on :

    Hopefully this will be the start of something great. Can’t wait to see it in action.

  27. Mark wrote on :

    when available?

  28. scott thompson wrote on :

    I love the concept and would like to help in away possible as a tester or anything else that I can do to help.

  29. Kevin Cumberland wrote on :

    I would like to become a tester of this application once it becomes available

  30. RAY wrote on :

    I am interested in Raindrop

  31. Allogarage wrote on :

    I read an article about Raindrop. Very promising I think 🙂

  32. Manoj Bharadwaj wrote on :

    I work as a developer at Peek and want to learn as to how messaging can be made better in general.