All it means is that websites will write their own version, some already have.
...But now Ubuntu has basically become Fedora with just a different name. Why would anyone even bother using Ubuntu now?
If that's the case, why would anyone use Fedora instead of Ubuntu?
...there are forks, such as Palemoon, that retain the good features that Mozilla eliminated and avoid the useless crap and pointless changes that Mozilla seems to love so much.
But since Palemoon has an even smaller marketshare, it is, by your logic, worse than Firefox.
But isn't that the beauty of open source? We can have multiple attempts at solving a problem and the best one wins.
Except one doesn't "win"
So we're stuck with multiple solutions to the same problem, most of which incompatible with each other, leading to fragmentation.
"The Market" seemed to be adopting Cinnamon and MATE. Where's this "adopting GNOME 3" thing coming from?
Maybe "The Market" means "Linux User" and not "Ex-Ubuntu User"?
Real programs don't eat cache.