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Featured Interviews

On Popularity

It's (Firefox) certainly the most successful open source project to date at getting visible to people who have no clue what open source is (and probably still don't). It's certainly done a lot for getting open standards back on the playing field in the browser space.

Dave Miller

Interviewed on 8/8/07

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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 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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