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vendredi 19 juillet 2013

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dimanche 13 avril 2008

Mitchell Baker video interview in Paris, part 1/2

A couple of weeks ago, Mitchell Baker was in Paris for a keynote she gave. After the conference, we did a bunch of press interviews, and in-between, I abused of Mitchell's kindness and did a two-fold video interview. It's very casual, but I hope it will enable people to better what Mozilla is about, and what is Mitchell's vision and personality.

Here is part one of the interview. The other part will be posted shortly. Please let me know in the comments whether these videos are helpful, and what I could do to improve them.

The higher resolution version of the Mitchell Baker interview in Paris is available in MPEG-4 format for download. It's under CC-BY license. For the readers who are bandwidth-challenged, a low-resolution version is available on YouTube.com.

Edit: the second part of Mitchell Baker's interview is finally available...

mercredi 9 avril 2008

Video interview: Robert 'Kairo' Kaiser, Seamonkey

Last February, at Fosdem, I managed to find a quiet place (no small feat at Fosdem!) and interviewed Robert 'Kairo' Kaiser, project coordinator of Seamonkey :

For those who dislike FLV videos, the Robert Kaiser interview video is also available for download (MPEG-4 format, 86MB), under CC-BY license.

vendredi 29 février 2008

Mike Schroepfer's deepest interview

Mike Schrep Schroepfer is the VP of Engineering at Mozilla. Mike was in Brussels at Fosdem 08 and shared with the community very interesting information about Firefox 3 adoption (steadily climbing), the countries where people are using Firefox (basically: everywhere on Earth!), and Mozilla's 10th anniversary (he actually took the camera from my hands and turned it to me!)

Hopefully, this is the first of a long list of interviews in English about people who contribute to Mozilla.

This video is placed under Creative-Commons licence, CC-BY and is available in MPEG-4 format: Mike Schroepfer's deepest interview (48MB).