"If open source by definition means that code is open, then why
is Mozilla having some of its code discussions behind closed
"The reason is simple: to protect users.
"Last week security researcher Robert Chapin alleged that
Mozilla's security process wasn't open. According to Chapin,
certain key discussions surrounding the resolution of security
issues with Mozilla Password Manager that he first reported last
November were less than entirely open..."
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