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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At a conference in Burlingame, California on June 30, Sun Microsystems Inc executive Alan Baratz said: "We're not sure Mozilla.
Speaking at the Enterprise Outlook conference in Burlingame, California, Sun Microsystems Inc executive Alan Baratz said: "I'm not sure Mozilla.
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By harnessing the talent of thousands of developers worldwide, mozilla.
She is also a Member of the Apache Software Foundation and serves on a special advisory board for Mozilla.
Indeed, when the question as raised in a three-way press conference between AOL, Netscape and Sun on Tuesday morning, Netscape's Mike Homer replied that Mozilla.
One version will reside on the Netscape-sponsored open source software project site, Mozilla.