Mozilla Foundation Reaches Agreement with E-FLO to Begin Offering Mozilla CDs
Sunday August 10th, 2003
In a message to the Mozilla Marketing mailing list (subscribe by sending a blank email to email@example.com with 'subscribe' in the subject line), Bart Decrem has announced that the Mozilla Foundation is partnering with E-FLO to sell Mozilla CDs online. E-FLO is the company that currently handles the sale of Netscape 7.x on CD. When the discs begin shipping (around the time of the Mozilla 1.5 release), they will probably contain the latest stable Mozilla Application Suite milestone and hopefully also preview releases of Mozilla Firebird and Mozilla Thunderbird. The CDs are likely to retail for under $10, including shipping and handling, with international orders costing a couple of dollars more. The Mozilla Foundation's agreement with E-FLO is exclusive in the regions that E-FLO will sell the discs, meaning that while others will be free to create and distribute Mozilla CDs, only the E-FLO product will be promoted on mozilla.org.
Tuesday August 12th, 2003 5:32 PM
You are replying to this message
Yea, a great idea. Not only will Mozilla finally be tangible, but easily transferable - both across user's machines and among interested users who may not have a T1 line access :)
Don't just put the browser on, put T-bird, F-bird, and some of the validated 'accessories' from the Mozdev folks... like the lostninilist sez... Just DON'T offer "a thousand free minutes of AOL" or some whack-a-mole software pitch.... Keep it clean, professioal and def take some valuable funds and place some small ads in Rolling Stone, Popular Science, and maybe a few 'Computer" magazines.