mozilla.org

Mozilla Foundation

The Mozilla Foundation is a new non-profit organization that will serve as the home for mozilla.org. As before, mozilla.org will coordinate and encourage the development and testing of Mozilla code. The Mozilla Foundation will also promote the distribution and adoption of our flagship applications based on that code. AOL, IBM, Sun Microsystems, Red Hat, and other companies will continue to support Mozilla through the Foundation.

What this means for the Mozilla browser and our other products and technologies: more innovation from the open source developers, and a greater focus on end users.

Read the press release and our newsgroup announcement.

mozilla.org products

Mozilla 1.4 - Award Winning Browsing, Mail and Editing.

Mozilla screenshots

World Class: Best of 2003, Web Browser
- PC WORLD Magazine

Editor's Choice Award: Best Web Browser, 2003
- LinuxJournal Magazine

Mozilla has already become my default browser ... it is as fast and slick and full-featured as I want
- Andrew Leonard, SALON Magazine

Beyond Bliss
- TIME Magazine

Mozilla Firebird 0.6 - The Best Browser, Bar None.

Firebird Screenshot

...Firebird is likely to soar past IE
- Joel Spolsky, Leading Technology Commentator

A sweet piece of work.
- Jon Udell, INFOWORLD

Find out why people everywhere are switching to Mozilla Firebird.

Bugzilla

Bugzilla Screenshot

Enterprise Grade Bug Tracking

More and more companies are using Bugzilla to track defects. Find out why.


Camino
Camino

Fast web browsing on MacOS X.

Thunderbird
Thunderbird

The Best Mailer.


All Other Projects...

For Testers

Our products are what they are because of the help of people just like you who use them day to day, reporting bugs and helping us improve quality. To get involved, read about how you can help to test Mozilla.

Report a Bug     query Find Bugs    

Nightly Builds

Created most weekdays from the previous day's work, these will probably work, but may not. Use them to verify that a bug you're tracking has been fixed.

Mozilla Windows, MacOS X, Linux (i386), Linux (PPC), Solaris (2.7/SPARC, 2.6/SPARC, 2.6/x86), FreeBSD, Irix, BeOS, HPUX, OS/2, etc.
Mozilla Firebird Windows, Linux (i686), MacOS X, etc.
Mozilla Thunderbird Windows, MacOS X and Linux (i686)
Camino MacOS X

Past releases are also available.

For Developers

Build Mozilla

Get the Source, then Build It.

Contribute

Developers can help Mozilla by joining the community and contributing code. There are also other ways to get involved.

Tools

Bugzilla Our bug tracking system. Use this to track and schedule bugs you're currently working on, as a scratch pad for development ideas and to manage code reviews.
Bonsai Find out who changed what in what file and when.
LXR Browse and search the source repository.
Tinderbox Shows tree status. Check this before checking out and checking in. Important trees: SeaMonkey (Mozilla Trunk), Mozilla Firebird (Trunk), Camino (Trunk); All Others

Documentation

for Mozilla Developers and Web Developers.