Mozilla to Visit Stanford

Tuesday April 18th, 2000

Seth Spitzer writes, "Several members of Mozilla community (mostly from the mail-news team) will be visiting Stanford University on April 25th. We'll be at Sweet Hall from 10pm to midnight, armed with free pizza, free soda, free CDs with Mozilla source code and binaries, free Mozilla t-shirts, and free Mozilla stickers.

Hopefully future visits to other schools will follow."

#1 What about UC Davis?

by gerbilpower <>

Tuesday April 18th, 2000 5:08 PM

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What about a public school like UC Davis? It's not that much farther, it has a Computer Science department, and I'm here!


#2 Why are they going to be there?

by gerbilpower <>

Tuesday April 18th, 2000 5:29 PM

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Wait a sec, besides giving away free goodies, is there another reason why they are doing this? Just a PR program? To recruit potential coders? Q & A secession?


#3 Don't forget the Bears!

by sleepy

Tuesday April 18th, 2000 7:30 PM

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If the Mozilla team comes to Cal, I'll be there!

#4 UVM

by punkrider <>

Wednesday April 19th, 2000 11:03 AM

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When can I expect someone stopping anywhere near Vermont? Most people probably couldn't point it out on a map, but we're still here...... Small and underfunded, the University of Vermont tends to breed more Phish fans than CS people I will say. Oh well.