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Featured Interviews

On Mozilla As Open Source

Companies might make statements that they want to do this or that, but if their motivation is something else it’s not really a public service. The mission of Mozilla is to preserve choice and innovation on the Internet, so with that as its primary goal—yes.

Ben Goodger

Interviewed on 3/28/06

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On Why People Volunteer

They've just used the product and love it. They use it because they liked it better than all the other alternatives out there. And honestly that has nothing to do with open source. ... But, you know, fundamentally it's about building a great product that people want to use because they like it better than other things out there.

Mike Schnoepfer

Interviewed on 6/26/06

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On Open Source

In general they are a public service by their very nature, but sometimes they are hijacked for other purposes. For example, a company will leverage a community to get/produce software to get a competitive advantage over their competitors. Ignoring the issue of whether developers should get paid for their work, they should examine their motivation.

Brian King

Interviewed on 8/8/07

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