Given that there are many people not happy with the new website (including me), I would like to ask the following.
Is there a publicly available online document or link (bugzilla bug, or otherwise) that:
(1) Lists the deficiencies with the legacy addon site (from a user stand point)
(2) Lists the feedback sought and received from the users/addon-developers who use the site
(3) A proposal on the new design that addresses the issues identified in (1) and (2) above and a list of the features that are going to be supported vs. the ones that will be removed based on (1) and (2) above
(4) A final design document based on (1), (2), and (3) above?
If not, is the new website simply an executive decision based on other factors? If so, what are these factors? Is there any publicly available link to a document or bug report with all the details of this executive decision?
These details will be a good guide on the product management processes and best practices used by Mozilla and on how and when you take user feedback into account (before, during, or after design and or implementation).