The Mozilla Foundation's revenue grew 5 percent to $79 million in 2008, with its Firefox search-ad deal with Google still the biggest benefactor, the organization said Thursday.
The figure is notable for an open-source effort, but the growth tapered off significantly. For 2007, by comparison, the Mozilla Foundation reported $75 million in revenue, a 12 percent increase over 2006.
Mozilla Chairman Mitchell Baker revealed the latest Mozilla figures on her blog Thursday.
Update: for further details and commentary from Baker, check this follow-up interview.
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