MozillaQuest: Mozilla Community Meeting - January 29, 2001
Jan 04, 2001, 20:17 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Mozilla fans and developers get ready to party. The Mozilla
Organization and CollabNet have scheduled a Mozilla meeting for
January 29, 2001, in New York City."
"Officially this Lizard-world party is titled the New York
Mozilla Developer Meeting. However, CollabNet's David Boswell notes
it's called a developer meeting, but it's really for anyone
interested in Mozilla. Maybe it should be called a Mozilla
community meeting but with a developer focus."
"David Boswell adds that the Mozilla community meeting will be a
good place to find out more about Mozilla, to meet people you have
only talked to over email, to get your questions about Mozilla
answered, and to get free food."
"The January 29th date was selected to coincide with IDG's
LinuxWorld Conference & Expo at New York City's Javits
Convention Center January 30 through February 2, 2001 -- yet not
conflict with LinuxWorld."
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