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Featured Interviews

On Directing Marketing

I think a big part of that is that unlike on the programming side, if people aren’t meeting milestones on the marketing side, we’ll still continue to be effective and to continue on. On the programming side if we aren’t meeting milestones, we don’t ship the product.

Paul Kim

Interviewed on 6/28/06

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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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On Volunteering

Most of the time, I feel like someone on the outside looking in - this despite the fact that I've now been involved with mozilla.org for about seven years now, and my work on Mozilla-based projects has directly led to the last two jobs I've held…

Alex Vincent

Interviewed on 4/10/07

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