Found on, emphasis mine:

The answer to the question of Mozilla's direction seems dependent on what one sees as the proper goals of Mozilla. Is Mozilla simply a browser company? Is it broader than that: a platform for internet applications? Or broader still, as the central front and last best hope for a free and open web?

I personally think it's the latter. It's at least what gets me motivated when I wake up in the morning... for the last six years.

Brendan Eich's cold-hearted realism about the distribution of Mozilla's resources seems to be the correct mentality. It would be a tremendous abrogation of Mozilla Corporation's responsibility to its contributors, just as Firefox has achieved a significant marketshare, to take the company's eye off the ball.

'nuff said!