Dogfooding is a term that’s been used in software development for as long as I’ve been involved in software development. The basic idea is that if the software maker uses his own software, then he is more likely to appreciate its strengths and weaknesses (and hopefully improve on those.)
For me, dogfooding is the only way to really understand a product. I have to use it and depend on it before it becomes deeply meaningful to me. So, in light of that sentiment, today I’m putting aside my high-end Samsung Android phone and moving to a b2g device as my primary phone.
For those of you in the Mozilla community who are already living full-time with Firefox OS, what’s working well for you? What’s not working well. What makes you miss your Android or iPhone? Are there any features that make you happy to be on Firefox OS instead?