Episode 04-Mike Beltzner

This week we feature highlights from an interview from last June with Mike Beltzner. Canadian to the bone, this interview is laden with hockey and Tim Horton’s, in addition to some compelling ideas regarding the open source movement. The full interview, with transcript, can be found here.

Enjoy the interview and please contribute to the Memory Bank. Much thanks to Gervase Markham for contributing his blog, which will be appearing in the archive soon.

~Ken

3 Responses to “Episode 04-Mike Beltzner”

  1. gerv
    March 23rd, 2007 | 6:22 am

    How does one submit corrections to the transcript? I only skim-read it through, and I saw at least three (“SQL programming language” -> “XUL programming language”, “mozilla.dev.planet” -> “mozilla.dev.planning”, and so on).

  2. Ken
    March 23rd, 2007 | 8:35 am

    If anyone finds errors we would greatly appreciate if you could email them to us at mozmem@gmail.com. Thanks!

  3. April 21st, 2007 | 10:28 pm

    >Canadian to the bone, this interview is laden with hockey and Tim Horton’s,
    Ahhh the quintessential necessity of Canadians to mention both Hockey, Tim Horton’s (and I’m surprised) not something about the Leafs.

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