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Featured Interviews

On His Contribution

Basically, open source is about collaboratively creating something that everyone owns, and the things you own, you tend to care about. Of course, there are many people that just want to have things their way and complain as much as they can to get their point across, but I wouldn't call them contributors.

Dave Tenser

Interviewed on 8/15/07

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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

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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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