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One response to “Mozilla’s Diversity Problem”

  1. Gabriele Svelto

    Your article, just like many more gets a basic fact wrong: Brendan Eich was not forced out of Mozilla, in fact he was asked to stay. The reason he left was that he couldn’t stand the external pressure anymore as most of the anger, hate speech and such were directed at him. When the whole brouhaha started only a handful of Mozilla employees asked him to quit on Twitter and in fact those weren’t even Mozilla Corporation employees; they were employees of Mozilla Foundation and had never worked with Brendan. Quite a few Mozilla Corporation employees on the other hand have publicly stated their support for Brendan and respect for free speech in general, this post is just one example:

    http://blog.gerv.net/2014/04/your-ire-is-misdirected/