"Three months after it was created, the Mozilla Foundation, the
organization that shepherds the open source Mozilla project,
announced a series of new products and services aimed at meeting
the needs of end users. Today, the organization released version
1.5 of the Mozilla Web browsing suite and technology previews of
its next generation Web browser and e-mail clients. In a move aimed
at better serving consumers, the Mozilla Foundation also announced
the availability of affordably-priced CDs, telephone customer
support and unveiled a new Web site that showcases Mozilla's
support for industry Web standards.
"'Now that we are an independent organization, we will continue
to aggressively develop our core technologies, but we will also
focus more heavily on serving end users,' said Mitchell Baker,
president of the Mozilla Foundation. 'The services and products
we're announcing today mark the beginning of this effort and are
part of our plan for ensuring the long-term success and viability
of the Mozilla project...'"
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