Blake Ross, one of the main architects of the Firefox revolution in an open letter to Netscape, says that they still don’t get the broswer business. After releasing one swarthy and obese product after another, the company continues to make browser missteps, he writes. “You have a chance to win back some users, but it’s going to take some internal reflection. I don’t think the world will stand for another misstep. By all rights, a company with this record should have been relegated to the Silicon Valley recycle bin years ago. Please don’t miss this final chance at redemption; deliver what your users want.” Ross’ posting comes close on the heels of news that AOL’s Netscape is going to release a new browser that melds IE and Firefox browser technologies. Call it browserstein. Ross’ line, “In fact, we then offered you Firefox and you made another poor decisionÄîperhaps your worst yetÄîin rejecting it,” just might be too prophetic.