Mozilla Foundation

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Mozilla Foundation

(body, World-Wide Web, open source)
The body set up by Netscape in January 1998 to coordinate development of the Mozilla browser and to provide a point of contact.

Mozilla Home.
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The Mozilla Organization jumped 13 spots to #28 with nearly 27 million visitors, due to the release of Firefox 3.
The Mozilla organization, meanwhile, is chartered not to make money and also serves as a differentiator.
Age 15+ - Home and Work Locations(ii) Source: comScore World Metrix Total Unique Visitors (000) Property Jan-08 Feb-08 %Change Total Internet: Total Audience 33,254 33,257 0% The Mozilla Organization 2,078 3,079 48% Fish4 Sites 2,612 3,252 24% British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) 8,097 8,414 4% Royal Mail Group 4,068 4,195 3% MINICLIP.
2, but the company opened the source code of what would have been version 5 to the open source community and The Mozilla Organization was born.
0, the Mozilla Organization has addressed critics who point out that most of the contributors to the project are paid by the Netscape Communications division of America Online Inc.
will represent the Mozilla organization at this year's conference.
Mozilla Organization is Fastest Growing Site Due to Uptake of and Updates to Firefox Browser
The Mozilla Organization represented the top-gaining Web property in France with a 65-percent gain to 2.
The Mozilla Organization has responded to questions about its future with a strong affirmation that the open source browser is here to stay.
07 Percentage (000) (000) Change Total French Internet Audience, Age 15+ 24,464 25,050 2% Amadeus Global Travel Distribution 2,265 2,888 27% Hewlett Packard 1,602 2,037 27% Carrefour Group 1,228 1,544 26% Expedia Inc 1,401 1,750 25% The Mozilla Organization 2,925 3,642 24% CANALBLOG.
3 million visitors, and the Mozilla Organization, which grew 29 percent to 15.
Jamie Zawinski, Netscape Communications Corp employee number 20 and a driving force behind the creation of the Mozilla Organization, resigned from both the Netscape division of AOL and from Mozilla on April 1 - only hours before Mozilla's first birthday party.