The Mozilla Digital Memory Bank is an interactive archive that allows you to contribute your images and experiences with Mozilla products, as well as to browse the histories left by others.

Featured Interviews

On Priorities

Simply put, I would list our priorities as: First, help preserve choice and foster innovation on the Net. A key part of this is giving people more choice of over their use of the Net via Firefox and Thunderbird. Second, now that we have a more flexible organizational structure ... we can start to think more creatively.

Zak Greant

Interviewed on 10/13/06

read more

On Directing Marketing

I think a big part of that is that unlike on the programming side, if people aren’t meeting milestones on the marketing side, we’ll still continue to be effective and to continue on. On the programming side if we aren’t meeting milestones, we don’t ship the product.

Paul Kim

Interviewed on 6/28/06

read more

On Volunteering

It's changed over time in the sense that now Mozilla finally has the resources to be its own independent entity and so it can really hire a lot of these volunteers and actually pay them, which is obviously a great thing for the community. But we still have hundreds of thousands of volunteers, so it's a very strong community.

Blake Ross

Interviewed on 6/27/06

read more

Recent Images