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Featured Interviews

On His Contribution

Basically, open source is about collaboratively creating something that everyone owns, and the things you own, you tend to care about. Of course, there are many people that just want to have things their way and complain as much as they can to get their point across, but I wouldn't call them contributors.

Dave Tenser

Interviewed on 8/15/07

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On Volunteering

I don't think that Mozilla relies on the contribution of volunteers... It tended to happen that once the volunteers' contributions became so significant, they were relied upon, that person would get hired at Netscape or Mozilla later on.

Joe Hewitt

Interviewed on 6/27/06

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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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