Thanks for private browsing, Ehsan

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Thanks again, Ehsan.

I just wanted to publicly thank Ehsan Akhgari for implementing the Private Browsing mode in what will be the next version of Firefox.

That feature was almost dropped, when he took it, then drove it to completion.

Great, great stuff; a beacon of the kind of community involvement we really love and appreciate here @ Mozilla -- he's also localized AMO for us, and I think done RTL support on SUMO, too (if not, Ehsan, we could use your help on the 1.0 release!)

(Others worked really hard on it too, like mconnor and faaborg, among others; didn't mean to down-play their involvement, but he deserves special attention since he took such initiative.)

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