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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 Popularity

It's (Firefox) certainly the most successful open source project to date at getting visible to people who have no clue what open source is (and probably still don't). It's certainly done a lot for getting open standards back on the playing field in the browser space.

Dave Miller

Interviewed on 8/8/07

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On Mozilla As Open Source

Companies might make statements that they want to do this or that, but if their motivation is something else it’s not really a public service. The mission of Mozilla is to preserve choice and innovation on the Internet, so with that as its primary goal—yes.

Ben Goodger

Interviewed on 3/28/06

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