“Woo-hoo.””Whoever just joined, you’re breaking things up. It might help if you muted your phone.” “We got a lot of good stuff done last week.” “Fish got that working; that’s pretty cool.” “We need to get serious.” “Whoever is talking right now has great ideas.” “Please send blankets.” Welcome to the weekly meeting at Mozilla Corp. It’s a bit hard to say who’s in attendance because it’s open to everyone. That’s “everyone,” as in the human race. The phone number and online chat coordinates are publicly posted, as is the date, time, and agenda, for anyone who might feel like having a hand in Mozilla’s strategies and operations. The comments fly, seemingly at random or at cross-purposes. Mentioned almost in passing is word of the completion of the software program that has been released to the public as Firefox 2. Firefox, of course, is the Web browser that has established itself as the one serious competitor to Microsoft’s utterly dominant Internet Explorer. It has been downloaded more than 200 million times, making it one of the hottest high-tech products in history. It is so hot, in fact, that Microsoft has been forced to play catch-up and release its first significantly… Read full this story
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