Disruptive Innovations Wins Contracts to Provide Mozilla-Based Solutions to Two Major European Firms

Friday April 16th, 2004

Daniel Glazman has announced that his company Disruptive Innovations has been contracted by two separate companies to provide Mozilla-based technology solutions. The first contract involves work with Web standards, Mozilla Editor, XUL and XBL for a "big industrial European company". The second organisation, described as "another big European name", has signed Disruptive Innovations for an internal project based on Gecko and XUL. Confidentiality agreements mean that no further details are available at this time.

#7 easy answer

by glazou <>

Sunday April 18th, 2004 1:09 AM

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The answer is simple : when you rely on the money payed by your customers 9 months after your own lay-off, you do what the customer wants. And if he wants confidentiality, whatever is the reason, you respect that. As we say in french, "le client est roi". My freedom here is to accept or refuse the project, according to my wishes, expectations, load, and a few other details. Once I have accepted the terms of the contract, I follow that contract. Period.