Someone should tell their devs about this site
Yeah, have a look at all broken addons, the ones not tested but listed, and then notice that this page only lists 880 addons out of 1000s.
Also look at the number of users that are using the broken addons who will either lose functionality or be stuck unable to benefit from the E10 changes.
Will any of those users be told when their addons are disabled as incompatible? Not if the move to signed addons is any example of how Mozilla treat their user base.
I've had a quick check:
* I've got 5/20 addons which are known to work
* I've got 6/20 addons which are known not to work
* I've got 3/20 addons which haven't been tested
* I've got 6/20 addons which aren't even listed
Out of the 6 plugins which are broken, I use 5 of them every day and will be disabling E10 until they all work; Ghostery, Downthemall, Lastpass, Session Manager and X-notifier.
A bunch that haven't been tested or aren't listed I'd be in the same boat if they broke, like tab groups, The Addon Bar (restored), external IP and Last tab close button.