mozilla-1.6: description + notes
mozilla.org at a glance
Mozilla is an open-source web browser, designed for standards compliance, performance and portability. We coordinate the development and testing of the browser by providing discussion forums, software engineering tools, releases and bug tracking.
- Our Mission
- We coordinate the open source Mozilla browser project. Mozilla is an open-source web browser, designed for standards-compliance, performance and portability.
- Who We Are
- This explains the various roles of people in the Mozilla community.
- Various essays about engineering the browser and opening its source.
- The Mozilla Community
- Our newsgroups, mailing lists, IRC channel, etc.
- Status Updates - Weekly reports on the status of the browser collected by Tim Rowley.
News Archive - Old news items splashed on our main page.
Newsbot - A summary of the latest goings-on in the newsgroups. If you don't read any of our other usenet postings, read these.
My Mozilla - Mozilla related channels to easily keep track of the latest headlines.
- Some statistics that attempt to measure mozilla contributions.
Usage statistics for the web site http://www.mozilla.org/
- The Lizard Speaks
- The Mozilla Project and mozilla.org - An overview of mozilla.org and the Mozilla project by Mitchell Baker (June 2000).
News From The Front - A Mozilla progress report by Mike Shaver (August 1999).
Mozilla at One - Written at our first anniversary, April 1999. A look at what we accomplished after a year and what still lay ahead of us.
Fear And Loathing On The Merger Trail - What does the AOL deal mean to Mozilla? From November, 1998 when the deal was announced for AOL to buy Netscape.
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