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It appears Mozilla has the resources to hire additional staff as required . Perhaps Mozilla needs a few Wall Street/Harvard School of Business MBAs in their accounting department.
On more developers (perhaps things have changed a bit):
Another interesting item in the report is the fact that Mozilla expenses were up in 2007 by 68 percent over 2006. Approximately 80 percent of Mozilla's expenses come from its staffing costs. What makes this really interesting is that Mozilla even with more paid staffers is still getting the same proportion of its code from external (i.e non-Mozilla) contributions. 
The percentage of code contributed to Firefox by people not employed by Mozilla remained steady at about 40 percent of the product we ship 
On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 5:36 PM, dramacrat <email@example.com> wrote:
> Fuck yeah.
> Mozilla would be able to hire a few more developers, excellent! I've always
> felt that they're held back by an overly small development team - while this
> results in a clean, stable, fast browser, it means they can't support enough
> other stuff :(
> Oh... wait...
> 2010/1/21 James Matthews <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Why doesn't microsoft throw some of it's weight behind Mozilla and ditch
>> IE forever. It doesn't suit their image.
>> On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 6:30 AM, Christian Sciberras <email@example.com>
>>> On my IE6 this doesn't work (crash), but it does on IE7. I'm on WinXP Pro
>>> SP3 DEP+.