Mozilla CEO speaks out on future of Firefox

Posted by danwarne on May 7, 2007 8:35 AM EDT; By Dan Warne
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Mozilla CEO Mitchell Baker has spoken on a number of interesting topics, including putting Firefox on mobile phones, trademark stoushes with Linux distributions, how Firefox is earning $US55million a year

Topics that Mitchell Baker covers in the 8,000 word interview: How just 12 people made Firefox 1.0; where Firefox's $US55million a year comes from; the efforts to put Firefox on mobile phones; why businesses are cool on IE7 and are recontemplating Firefox; why there's no built-in ad-blocker in Firefox; Firefox 3.0 "lock-in branding"; Firefox to go head-to-head with Flash and Silverlight in animation & video; the touchy relationship between Microsoft and Mozilla; getting Firefox onto more desktops; Mozilla Japan's cute Firefox cartoon character; the stoush over Linux distros and the Firefox trademark and how Mozilla is working on "Web 3.0" -- web apps that will run in your browser without an internet connection.

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