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 Mozilla Europe

The product has to be good, but that’s not enough… You need to have market share if you want the project to be successful, so it’s not just about delivering a product. It’s making sure it’s used by million of people, and I knew that nobody in Europe would be able to do that but me.

Tristan Nitot

Interviewed on 3/28/06

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On Open Source

Keeping it based on open standards, preventing it from being dominated by one vendor. I think something that’s kind of a newer priority is trying to improve the experience for end users, which I certainly think should be an important priority. But, essentially, being user driven is to some extent a business model.

David Baron

Interviewed on 6/26/06

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On the Mozilla Corp.

When Firefox moved into the Corporation, this was saying basically that in terms of browsers [Firefox, Suite, and Camino], Firefox is the thing. We’re going to provide resources in terms of infrastructure and resources for the other things … but all of the effort of this money is feeding back into hiring contributors ... is going to be focused on Firefox, Thunderbird.

Gervase Markham

Interviewed on 3/29/06

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