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Inside Mozilla's Amazing Office Space In San Francisco

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Mozilla, the nonprofit organization that runs the Firefox project, has more than 450 million users worldwide and is known for its open source projects.

It's just as open in real life. Mozilla treats volunteer developers as nicely as they treat their staff. They even give them office space.

And what a space it is! Mozilla just moved this summer into a new headquarters on the San Francisco waterfront.

Check it out...




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