Earlier this week Ken blogged about more regions topping the 50% Firefox market share.

Two of those countries were in Europe – our first locales to win more than half of the browser market share. They were Slovenia and Macedonia, with Poland almost there:

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These are huge milestones for everyone.

But what does 50% market share mean? Is this a tipping point for even wider adoption? Or has the mission been accomplished?

On the former, we shall have to wait and see. And on the latter, we certainly have a lot more to do. I hope you have been following and contributing where possible to the Mozilla 2010 goal discussions which Mark Surman, Mitchell and Tristan have started amongst others. As you’ll read, Mozilla’s work is far from done. I am for one excited to see what the coming months will bring forth.