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Featured Interviews

On Camino

There’s really no recourse for any of these sort of second tier projects because the Foundation hasn’t made it a priority. The Foundation has said, when you check in you’re only responsible for making sure Firefox stays building. And that’s something that eventually made me sour greatly on the Foundation and the Corporation.

Mike Pinkerton

Interviewed on 6/1/06

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On Firefox As Open Source

I think to a certain degree we liked kind of always being the underdog. I liked it better when we were flying under the radar, than being so much like the feature attraction because it adds a certain level of pressure and expectation.

Marcia Knous

Interviewed on 3/29/06

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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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