Thank you for the support. He replied to your review. And made some accusations that I will defend against.
You are such a hypocrite. You create your own fake accounts by various names (@blazeMonkey, @fossLover, etc) and accuse me of something you are so guilty of doing yourself. Atleast, I am not the one hiding behind the fake aliases @Polywocker.
The last review I had was 1 month ago, then in a span of 1 day accusations from various accounts claiming I copied some code, this is clearly acting out of spite.
This is interesting. He thinks I posted that and might genuinely believes I’m doing the same to him. I’m in fact not, but I know why he’s receiving negative reviews. I made a few posts on relevant subreddits   about his extension having an Amazon link hijacker.
Let me tell you this mister, I have not copied your code, its the other way around - I will say it yet again. My extension was published on 1st April’ 19 and your github repository has first commit on 1st Jun’ 19. That’s the date when you started copying my extension’s code to make a fake clone of yours. Everybody can cross-verify the same since you guys can see the different published-at dates on both extensions. This guy is behaving out of spite since he was expecting to copy code from my extension and get tons of more users than mine, which unfortunately for him, couldn’t happen. Now here he is pointing accusations at me trying so hard to accuse me of wrongful things. All this is coming from the developer who rated his own add-on 5 stars from multiple fake accounts. I wish you all the best for your recovery from all the burns. If you thought I wouldn’t retaliate after all the false, defaming accusations you made, you are so living in Utopia.
PS: I am urging @mozilla team to take down his copied extension ( https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/global-speed ) and block this developer from ever publishing his plagiarized add-on.
Here’s a link to an online CRX viewer of his extension. I linked the Chrome version because the Firefox version updates quickly (in case he changes stuff). The Amazon link hijacker is inside
content.js. Also a link to the old version of my extension for comparison.