Here's some more coverage of the Debian-Mozilla dispute over the poor Firefox, this time by Internetnews.com
See it here, allthoug there's not much news in it
There are two key issues in the dispute: logo usage and patch management.
The logo issue concerns Debian's non-use of the Firefox logo with the Firefox browser. Debian considers the trademarked Firefox logo “non-free” and thus non-compliant with the Debian Free Software Guidelines.
Mozilla claims that using the Firefox name without the official branding is a trademark violation.
Furthermore, Mozilla wants Debian's Firefox package maintainers to pass patches they make back through Mozilla for approval.