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Featured Interviews

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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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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On Google's Relationship with Firefox

Google’s just about trying to help Firefox succeed. That’s our team’s mission. What can we do to help Firefox succeed? There were some people that work on developing it, help them market Firefox, you know, whatever we can do.

Darin Fisher

Interviewed on 3/28/06

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