Q&A With Mozilla’s Mitchell Baker

By | December 16, 2010

Mitchell Baker, the former CEO of Mozilla Corporation has attended LeWeb 2010 conference in Paris and had a short Q&A round with Robert Scoble.

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  1. nvm says:

    Leader on a sinking ship…

    • Tiago Sá says:

      The moment Firefox dies, it’s the moment the web dies.

      Firefox is very much alive and kicking though…

      • Jordan says:

        They are definitely not a sinking ship and are fighting hard.

      • nvm says:

        Even the overhyped Aza Raskin is leaving the sinking ship…

        • Geek says:

          I never understood why so much praise for Aza Raskin. Which his browser UI ideas were innovative? Panorama is over-engineered decision. Overall FF UI never was an innovative, and v4 is literally Chrome/Opera clone

          • nvm says:

            Aza Raskin had a bunch of projects at Mozilla. None of them ever seemed to end up as a success.

            Geolocation might be the only thing, but then again, other browser vendors got involved there.

            He’s basically an overhyped failure.

      • max1c says:

        I guess what you mean is: When Firefox dies, another Netscape dies and every one moves on…