Author: Mitchell Baker
March 31, or “three thirty-one,” is something of a talisman in the Mozilla community. It’s the date that, back in 1998, Mozilla first came into being — the date that we open-sourced the Netscape code for the world to use. This year, “three thirty-one” is especially meaningful: It’s Mozilla’s 25 year anniversary. A lot has […]
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