Mozilla operates under a module ownership governance system. A module is a discrete unit of code or activity. An owner is the person in charge of a module or sub-module. A peer is a person whom the owner has appointed to help them. A module may have multiple peers and, very occasionally, multiple owners.
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The system is overseen by the owner and peers of the Module Ownership module. For the modules that make up Firefox, oversight is provided by the Firefox Technical Leadership module. Owners may add and remove peers from their modules as they wish, without reference to anyone else.
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Ideally, a Module should exist for all significant chunks of work or code in the Mozilla project. Who you talk to about this depends on the area of the project concerned.
For many areas, the ability to create, alter ownership of and destroy sub-modules has been delegated to the owner of the module whose broad scope covers that area. This is true for Firefox, Thunderbird, and all of the other areas listed below except for Core, Activities and Other. The controlling module is the first one listed on the page. Please contact that person about getting new modules created.
For the modules that make up Firefox, ultimate oversight is provided by the Firefox Technical Leadership module. Therefore, please post your inquiry in the mozilla.governance newsgroup, cc'ing the owner and peers of the Firefox Technical Leadership module at tlmc [at] mozilla [dot] com. If there is something sensitive about your inquiry that you aren't comfortable writing in the newsgroup, or in case of uncertainty, please send it to tlmc [at] mozilla [dot] com.
For all other modules (e.g., Activities and the non-Firefox modules in the Other category), please post your inquiry in the mozilla.governance newsgroup, cc'ing the owner and peers of the Module Ownership module at module-ownership [at] mozilla [dot] org. If there is something sensitive about your inquiry that you aren't comfortable writing in the newsgroup, or in case of uncertainty, please send it to module-ownership [at] mozilla [dot] org.
These pages list the owners and their peers for all Mozilla modules, broken down by different areas of the project-.
- Bugzilla - the Bugzilla software itself
- bugzilla.mozilla.org - the particular Bugzilla installation run by the Mozilla project
- Other (code modules which aren't in any of the above categories)
- Activities (non-code)
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Linspire sponsored development of Nvu, a stand-alone version of Mozilla Composer which incorporates Cascading Style Sheets support and other improvements from software company Disruptive Innovations.
Daniel Glazman, the lead developer of Nvu, announced on September 15, 2006 that he had stopped official development on Nvu and that he was developing a successor as a Mozilla.org project. It is written from scratch and based on Mozilla trunk Gecko 1.9 and XULRunner. PHP and CSS would be supported. A community-driven fork, KompoZer, maintains Nvu codebase and fixes bugs until a successor to Nvu is released. Glazman's project is called BlueGriffon.
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SeaMonkey, the community-driven successor to Mozilla Suite, includes an HTML editor named Composer that is developed from the Mozilla Composer code contained in the original Mozilla Suite.
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