World-Wide Web, open source
The open source web browser, designed for standards-compliance, performance, and portability, whose development is coordinated by the Mozilla Foundation.
The Mozilla project started in March 1998 when Netscape Communications Corporation released the source code of Netscape Communicator. The now abandoned version based on that code is referred to as "Mozilla Classic". Since then, much has been rewritten, including the layout engine, the networking library, and the front-end.
Mozilla 1.0 was finally released on 2002-06-05. Much of the code was used to build Firefox.
Although a lot of Mozilla code is under the original Netscape Public License, some parts of the code are under the Mozilla Public License or dual MPL/GPL.
"Mozilla" was the original project code name for Netscape Navigator and, according to some of the documentation, the correct pronunciation of "Netscape".
[Derived from "Mosaic killer/Godzilla"?]
Years later, he got a high-profile job at mozilla, a tech company in a professional community noted for its progressiveness.
His prejudiced views are simply not those a company like mozilla wants to be associated with.
Then he and mozilla clearly came to a decision about his position with the company.
Apple veterans are behind such impressive ventures as LinkedIn, Android, and mozilla.
mozilla and Eich immediately issued unequivocal support for marriage equality in both a company and personal blog post.
While mozilla went out of its way to emphasize its belief in inclusivity this week, Eich did not.