Abitraily removing "standard" for the greater good (Chrome evil)

Chrome put a full block (some time ago apparently) on the use of encrypted (via SSL) credentials on a URL line. Please, oh please, please, do not do something this stupid in Firefox. Let I get my evil stick out for you as well…

It shows a complete lack of understanding on Google’s part of security and usage. I’d love for Chrome to remove the security mistake (or implement it properly), but there’s no talking to them.

If it’s not obvious, I can prove why what they did is “evil” (arbitrary canceling of standards) and why it didn’t solve any real problem. If breaking things is of interest in Firefox, that is, we want to be “like Chrome”, please blow a trumpet or something so I can try to show you how to “do this” without breaking every iframe known to mankind.