"The GNOME Foundation and the Mozilla Foundation announced today
that they will increase their collaboration to improve developer
support and user experience of desktop applications on GNU/Linux
and other free software systems.
"The partnership has three aspects:
"The Mozilla Foundation will join the GNOME Foundation advisory
board, helping set the long-term direction of the project.
"Mozilla reaffirms its commitment to integrating with the GNOME
platform for the XUL development platform, and for Mozilla
"The Mozilla Foundation announces a grant of $10,000 to the
GNOME Foundation, to be spent on the improvement of the
accessibility of the GNOME desktop environment via the 'GNOME
Outreach Program: Accessibility' program..."
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