This is what Oracle is hoping for, and imho it will happen, more-so as time goes on. MySQL may seem pretty good right this moment, but what about 2yrs from now, 5yrs, 7yrs? These forks have to make a name for themself, but chances are, the devs have either: quit the project entirely, gotten hired by Oracle and don't work on any OS code/forks anymore, or the senior devs are competiting with each other because they're all working different forks. More likely than not, Oracle has destroyed MySQL.
1. You've taken away their root access to their own boxes?
That's like taking away a construction worker's toolbox and handing them a hammer and a screw driver because it's "all they'll ever need". I'm a web developer, I need to test my stuff in upcoming betas, testing your web stuff AFTER the browser has launched is too late, because users willl already have it.
2. You're running a browser so f#$%ing old, it makes IE8 look good (or at least, not so bad).
That's great for testing, but for developing, you're either; evil, naive or both.
In 1992 I saved up enough allowance to buy a Sound Blaster, my first sound card. After I made my AUTOEXEC changes I tried out my favorite game of the time, Space Quest 4. What I experience was this annoying ringing that made me stop the game, quit, tweak the settings, reboot and start the game again. This went on a few times until almost an hour had passed.
Then out of defeat I started the game and didn't quit it, only to discover the annoying ring was the beginning of the soundtrack. Mind you, it's an MIDI instrument to the sound isn't as annoying on better sound cards, but on a SB it was pretty annoying, check it out for yourself: