At a recent gathering of Mozilla folks I gave an informal talk on the early history of Mozilla. It’s unpolished, it’s low production value (one mike in a big room) and it’s clearly a talk to a live audience that was filmed. Ideally we’d do some editing, add some text for the questions that can’t be heard and maybe try to improve the oddly abrupt ending. But it’s the early part of Mozilla history that isn’t written down and people enjoyed it. So rather than wait I’ll point to what’s available now. It’s about 40 minutes long.
14 comments for “History of Mozilla – A Starting Point”
AboutMitchell Baker is Chair of the Mozilla Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Internet.
- Program for Festival of Journalism in Ferrara this weekend looks fascinating; glad i'm going! (eng version as pdf)) http://t.co/z602pF8j 2012-10-03
- Wall Street Journal on The Economics of Surveillance: http://t.co/biuLDztc via @bobblakley, Kaliya-IdentityWoman 2012-10-02
- Last week TechCruch Italy, this week Ferrara, Italy for the Festival d/Internazionale: http://t.co/JtHQ9CVw 2012-10-02
- TechCrunch Europe (in Rome) was a hopping place today. tons of energy, tons of active entrepreneurs #TCItaly 2012-09-27
- policy and law propeller-heads: crisp Q & A re internat'l law and cyberspace from US state dept expert: http://t.co/zraUGql8 via @JPBarlow 2012-09-19
- More updates...
Tags2010 goals Air Mozilla Asia awards blog browser choice code communication community competition conferences Corporation data discussion EC Firefox Foundation goals governance government history launch legal life management Manifesto messaging Microsoft mobile modules news openness open source participation people privacy Project public benefit revenue staff technology Thunderbird travel users