Depending on who you ask, Firefox boasts between 20 percent (NetApplications) and 22.32 percent (StatCounter) market share as of October 2012.
Mozilla today builds a whole lot of other products, including a mobile Web browser and an email and news client called Thunderbird.
At the recent Dublin Web Summit, we had a chance to sit down with the affable Mitchell Baker, chairperson of the Mozilla Foundation and chairperson and former CEO of its commercial subsidiary Mozilla Corporation.
We asked her about her role at Mozilla, if and how the organization has changed since its founding in the late nineties, its place in the overall ecosystem, its relationship with Google (a major partner and competitor), the ‘Do Not Track’ movement and the present and future of Firefox OS.
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