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Featured Interviews

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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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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On Management

I think the fact that the Mozilla project is managed by people who "do management" is a good thing. It's not all programmers, some of whom are in charge. There are people who are very business-capable involved in the project, and that makes an enormous difference.

Eric Shepherd

Interviewed on 8/7/07

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