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Ars Technica: Ars Technica Sits Down with Mozilla.org's Scott Collins

Jun 16, 2004, 18:00 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Ars Technica: Where do you see the future open source desktop, specifically this new interest in GNOME and Mozilla collaborating. Do you think that Mozilla needs to collaborate with other OSS projects in order to be successful, or do you think that it can survive on Windows? What about competition with Microsoft?

"Scott Collins: I think that's a very tough question. I think that definitely Mozilla is going to thrive on Linux, and I hope that it thrives at the same time as the other Linux browsers that are available, and I hope that they drive each other to new heights.

"There's only one thing powerful in this world enough to topple Microsoft, if toppling Microsoft is your goal, and that is Microsoft. People and empires, they fall under their own weight, because they're the only ones heavy enough to take them down..."

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