Over at opensource.com, Chris Grams interviews Mozilla's Chris Blizzard about various topics. In five questions, they cover things like how to get involved in a project, what Mozilla's strengths are as a project and community, the role that the project's mission plays, and so on. "If you're interested in helping a project, this is the best thing you can do. Play the part of the generalist, listen a lot, drive change where it's important, and make the biggest difference you can. And always remember: these projects are made up of people, not code, and how you treat others is the most important thing."
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