internetnews.com: Mozilla Attacks Japan!
Aug 19, 2004, 15:15 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Officials at the Mozilla Foundation announced the second
offshoot of its growing open source project... this time with the
creation of a non-profit organization in the country of Japan.
"Mozilla Japan will work on localized versions of its product
line: Firefox, Thunderbird and Mozilla 1.7 Internet suite. Made up
of long-time Mozilla contributors of MozillaGumi (Gumi is Japanese
for 'group'), Mozilla Japan will be run as a non-profit
organization by several prominent members: Hideo Aiso, Tokyo
University of Technology president; Satoko Takita, formerly of
Netscape Japan; Motohiro Egota of Ten Art-ni, a publicly traded
open source company based in Japan; and Professor Hideyuki Tokuda
of Keio University..."