Mozilla Still Good After 32 Days
Saturday July 27th, 2002
Timothy Dyck began using Mozilla about a month ago and he hasn't looked back since. In an opinion piece, the eWEEK journalist describes his favourite features and outlines some improvements he'd like to see in future versions.
#9 Re: Re: What does mozilla.org think of this?
Sunday July 28th, 2002 7:39 AM
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> But the moment you start giving more than you take you cease to be > an end user and you become a participant. mozilla.org does want > more participants.
But most people start as end users and then gradually become participants as they get integrated into the culture. I myself started out looking for an alternative browser, ended up filing bugs, downloading nightlies, learning xul, making skins, and becoming a standards advocate.
We can't throw end users away, since they are the pool from which participants come from. It is by using Mozilla that they discover Mozilla and what it stands for.
The important thing is to strengthen the culture so that we would influence newcomers to the community rather than they diluting it.