To commemorate the three-year anniversary of the creation of the Mozilla Foundation on July 15, the open-source group announced that if a Firefox user persuades a friend to download the browser, both the user and the friend’s names will be added to the source code of the next version of the browser, Firefox 2.0.
To nominate a friend, you have to go to the Firefox Day website and choose one friend who doesn’t have Firefox, and who you’ll be sure will go ahead and download it.
Firefox has a global usage share of 12.93 percent, and this could boost that percentage even more. I think it’s a really cool idea.
Personally, with or without this, I recommend Firefox as a browser.