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Featured Interviews

On Successful Open Source

I see more and more companies investing in it, and I see more and more contributors to the Mozilla project. I'm also hearing more and more that governments in various countries, states, or cities, are moving away from proprietary software to more open software. The more interest there is in open source, the more companies and individuals will contribute to it.

Johnny Stenback

Interviewed on 8/22/06

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On Marketing

Mozilla says that their goal is to have the open Internet and all that kind of thing, rather than one browser. Although, I don’t know what they would do if Firefox became fifty percent usage. Would they say, okay, that’s enough, we’ve done what we need to do, or would they keep going to get up to a higher level?

Neil Deakin

Interviewed on 6/5/06

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On Leading an Open Source

There’s much less ability to control the terms of the discussion. And so the ability to live in a world of criticism and to ferret out the grain of truth and to be open to, “Yeah, I was wrong. I need to change that,” I think, is pretty high in our world. And then the key, of course, is how to be decisive in the face of all of that.

Mitchell Baker

Interviewed on 6/26/06

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