mozilla-1.6: description + notes 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
The Lizard Speaks
The Mozilla Project and - An overview of 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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