Overview: Mozilla.org is chartered to act as the virtual meeting place for developers working with the code for Mozilla, an open-source web browser designed for standards compliance, performance and portability. The organization coordinates the ongoing development and testing of the browser. "Mozilla" was the original code name for the product that came to be known as Netscape Navigator, and later, Netscape Communicator. Today, the group uses the name Mozilla as the generic term referring to internet client software developed through the Mozilla.org open source project. Mozilla.org provides a central point of contact and community for those interested in using or improving the source code. It also provides technical and architectural direction for the project, collects changes, helps authors synchronize their work, periodically issues new source releases, operates discussion forums, coordinates bug lists, tracks and publicizes works in progress, and provides "roadmaps" to the code, and to projects based on the code.
Specifications: Available at: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Specification_List
IPR Policy: Licenses available at: http://www.mozilla.org/about/policies/
Current Status: Active
Last Updated: June 28, 2013