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Featured Interviews

On Volunteering

It's changed over time in the sense that now Mozilla finally has the resources to be its own independent entity and so it can really hire a lot of these volunteers and actually pay them, which is obviously a great thing for the community. But we still have hundreds of thousands of volunteers, so it's a very strong community.

Blake Ross

Interviewed on 6/27/06

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On the Mozilla Corp.

When Firefox moved into the Corporation, this was saying basically that in terms of browsers [Firefox, Suite, and Camino], Firefox is the thing. We’re going to provide resources in terms of infrastructure and resources for the other things … but all of the effort of this money is feeding back into hiring contributors ... is going to be focused on Firefox, Thunderbird.

Gervase Markham

Interviewed on 3/29/06

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On Why People Volunteer

They've just used the product and love it. They use it because they liked it better than all the other alternatives out there. And honestly that has nothing to do with open source. ... But, you know, fundamentally it's about building a great product that people want to use because they like it better than other things out there.

Mike Schnoepfer

Interviewed on 6/26/06

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