I am regularly trying to describe the nature of Mozilla — why we exist, what our goals are, how to think about Mozilla, why Firefox is a means rather than an end, etc. A few weeks back I put together some new ideas. The slides are not polished. They are the background for trying out the ideas. I like some of the ideas though . You can find the slides here or at the Mozilla Library.
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AboutMitchell Baker is Chair of the Mozilla Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Internet.
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