Mozilla developer interview with bz(Boris Zbarsky)
By pengyang on Oct 12, 2006
Boris Zbarsky, with his nickname bz in the irc channel, is a superreviewer in the Mozilla community, an expert in the Gecko component. Recently, he joined an open interview with the developers and users all over the world, answering some questions. And here is the post for the interview.
Actually, it's a little bit curious for the other guys to know: what are all these Mozilla experts working on everyday? How do they manage their time to differentiate their work and life? What is the future development direction for the products of the Mozilla community, and some core components such as Gecko? You can have some idea from the interview absolutely.
I like one of his words very much: "People are a lot more interested in the way the "Home" button looks than in a performance improvement in laying out a page with 15,000 floated tables on it." And that's true for Solaris also.