A venturebeat.com article about mobile and Web apps says
But he [Jay Sullivan] doesn’t resort to the familiar (and tired) ideologies about freedom from corporate technological tyranny that figure large in Mozilla’s current ad campaign. Rather, he gets downright practical.
I assume "tired" is the reporter's spin, not Jay's. The pejorative use of "ideologies" is gratuitous; a better word is "principles".
The struggle to keep the Web open has been going on a while now and isn't going to end. I'm not surprised if people are getting bored by it. But we can't afford to weary of it. Vendors never get tired of binding developers and customers into their proprietary stacks.