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Featured Interviews

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

In general they are a public service by their very nature, but sometimes they are hijacked for other purposes. For example, a company will leverage a community to get/produce software to get a competitive advantage over their competitors. Ignoring the issue of whether developers should get paid for their work, they should examine their motivation.

Brian King

Interviewed on 8/8/07

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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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