The mission of the Mozilla project is to preserve choice and innovation on the Internet. It comprises a community of developers and testers, producing open-source software, and advocating net standards. The project as a whole is led by the Mozilla Foundation and encompasses its subsidiaries, Mozilla Corporation and Mozilla Messaging, as well as the Mozilla communities world wide The Mozilla Foundation provides organizational, legal, and financial support for the Mozilla project, to ensure that the Mozilla project continues to exist beyond the participation of individual volunteers, to enable contributions of intellectual property and funds and to provide a vehicle for limiting legal exposure.
Official website with information and downloads.
Hosting of community development projects for applications and extensions, often connected with the Mozilla Project.
Official site for extensions and themes for Mozilla Products, including Firefox, Thunderbird, and SeaMonkey.
Mozilla Code Licensing
Describes the Mozilla Public License as well as the licensing policy of the foundation, with links to the full texts of the various licenses used, and FAQ.
Mozilla Community Sites
A list of user community sites related to Mozilla. Including newsgroups, forums, wikis and blogs.
Mozilla Creative Collective
A community of artists and designers inspired by the Mozilla ideals. Gallery of designs. Design challenges.
Weblog style posts with news and tips for Mozilla products.
The Mozilla bug database. Search for reported bugs, and report new ones in Mozilla products.
The Womoz Blog
Mozilla group dedicated to improving women's visibility and gender equality in FLOSS. The aim is to promote and increase awareness.
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