Staff at Mozilla call for new CEO Brendan Eich to ‘step down’


Mozilla employees are calling for new CEO Brendan Eich to step down over his support for the Proposition 8 campaign that opposed same-sex marriage in California. As Ars Technica reports, Chris McAvoy, project lead for Open Badges at the Mozilla Foundation, tweeted his disapproval of the appointment earlier today. It triggered a number of similar responses from other staff at Mozilla, perhaps planned, asking for Eich to resign from his new position. Have waited too long to say this. I’m an employee of @mozilla and I’m asking @brendaneich to step down as CEO. — iamjessklein (@iamjessklein) March 27, 2014...

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