Love this: "Strip out ...  half-baked ideas or carry them through to completion so that they're "polished, functional, and a joy to use." ... "Great or Dead"—as in, if ... [we] can't make a feature great, it should be killed off. "

In many software companies, a culture easily can form where launching features is viewed as a success, even if they are half-baked, rarely used, and potentially distracting from the most commonly used features. This, from Firefox, is a nicely stated reaction to that problem. If it's not great, the cost of having a feature around easily can exceed the value in keeping it.
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