mozdev Celebrates Third Anniversary
Friday September 19th, 2003
Tomorrow, Mozilla project hosting site mozdev will celebrate its third anniversary. Since its launch in 2000, mozdev has provided free hosting to over 400 Mozilla-related projects and now receives over 1 million page views a week. Looking further ahead, the site hopes to become a non-profit organisation with tax-exempt status.
#1 Happy Birthday!
Saturday September 20th, 2003 2:30 AM
Happy birthday mozdev, and thanks to Pete, David and all the movdev admins for their amazing work!
#2 Happy Birthday
Saturday September 20th, 2003 7:28 AM
I haven't been here long but I sure like what you folks do....have a Happy!
By the way my Firebird browser is suddenly giving me an alert...started last night;
"Error launching browser window: no xbl binding for browser"
Don't have a clue where to go...the browser will not launch...do I need to uninstall and install again?
Saturday September 20th, 2003 9:53 AM
Sounds like an extension problem. Do you have TBE installed? What other extensions?
Saturday September 20th, 2003 11:58 AM
David, Pete, and all the others that have made mozdev a core component of the Mozilla community, congratulations.
#7 Re: Congratulations!
Sunday September 21st, 2003 6:19 AM
Asa has been a staunch supported of Mozdev and the notion of Mozilla as Application Platform since the very beginning. Through thick and thin, we've tenaciously stood by an idea called Mozilla.
Thanks for all the support throughout the years Asa!
Saturday September 20th, 2003 3:56 PM
Congratulations to Dave and Pete and the crew! Mozdev has been a huge part of the Mozilla community, and I'm glad that you all have kept the faith!
#6 Re: Congratulations!
Sunday September 21st, 2003 6:10 AM
Chirs! Wow. I miss you old buddy!
Yup, we are still standing. Keeping the faith.
#8 mozdev project of the week
Tuesday September 23rd, 2003 1:35 AM
http://mozdev.org/featured/index.html Week of September 22, 2003: mozdev.org turns 3 this week. As part of the celebrations we are featuring it (yes, self-referential we know) as project of the week. But we think it deserves the accolade. mozdev.org has been crucial in many areas of the Mozilla community over those 3 years. This included the organisation of developer meetings, evangelism, pushing Mozilla as a platform as opposed to just a browser suite. Yet most of all, through its hosting capabilities and set of tools, mozdev.org empowers developers who are passionate about creating next-generation open source web applications. Here's to another 3 thriving years and more!