Retired Archive

  • The Firefox Live website returned as a marketing campaign to educate Firefox users about Mozilla’s mission to put the greater good of the Web first. The site showed live video […]

    Firefox Live part 2

    The Firefox Live website returned as a marketing campaign to educate Firefox users about Mozilla’s mission to put the greater good of the Web first. The site showed live video […]

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  • Two months ago Mozilla launched a campaign called Webify Me. The campaign was rooted in the idea that although there is one Web that we use, we all have different […]

    Webify Me!

    Two months ago Mozilla launched a campaign called Webify Me. The campaign was rooted in the idea that although there is one Web that we use, we all have different […]

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  • Mozilla launched a 3D collaborative art project called Mark Up in early June. Inspired by the beliefs in the Mozilla Manifesto and the work of Evan Roth, Mark Up was […]

    Mark Up : The next collaboration

    Mozilla launched a 3D collaborative art project called Mark Up in early June. Inspired by the beliefs in the Mozilla Manifesto and the work of Evan Roth, Mark Up was […]

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  • We launched the first version of glow.mozilla.org with the Firefox 4 release in March 2011 as a way to visualize Firefox downloads and community involvement around the world. Thanks to […]

    Glow 1.0

    We launched the first version of glow.mozilla.org with the Firefox 4 release in March 2011 as a way to visualize Firefox downloads and community involvement around the world. Thanks to […]

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  • Mozilla 24 was a worldwide, 24-hour open discussion that connected community members, academics and Web visionaries from Asia, America and Europe, in person and over the broadband video WIDE network. […]

    Mozilla 24

    Mozilla 24 was a worldwide, 24-hour open discussion that connected community members, academics and Web visionaries from Asia, America and Europe, in person and over the broadband video WIDE network. […]

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  • In May 2011, the website Hendrix (hendrix.mozilla.org), the former Mozilla Feedback System, was retired. For a more in-depth description of the history and intent behind the Hendrix system, please read […]

    Hendrix

    In May 2011, the website Hendrix (hendrix.mozilla.org), the former Mozilla Feedback System, was retired. For a more in-depth description of the history and intent behind the Hendrix system, please read […]

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  • The Firefox Live website was created as a marketing campaign to teach the Mozilla community about the red panda, which inspired the design of the Firefox logo.  Find out more […]

    Firefox Live

    The Firefox Live website was created as a marketing campaign to teach the Mozilla community about the red panda, which inspired the design of the Firefox logo.  Find out more […]

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  • In May 2011, the Spread Firefox website was retired. There are currently plans to create a new iteration of this website at a later date. Spread Firefox allowed any Mozilla […]

    Spread Firefox

    In May 2011, the Spread Firefox website was retired. There are currently plans to create a new iteration of this website at a later date. Spread Firefox allowed any Mozilla […]

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  • In December 2010, the Fashion Your Firefox website as retired. With Fashion Your Firefox, Mozilla explored a new way to present add-ons in a more friendly way to less tech-savvy […]

    Fashion Your Firefox

    In December 2010, the Fashion Your Firefox website as retired. With Fashion Your Firefox, Mozilla explored a new way to present add-ons in a more friendly way to less tech-savvy […]

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  • The website Operation Firefox has been retired in December 2010. The blog post describing the successful mission is available at:  http://blog.mozilla.org/operationfx/2007/12/14/declassified-information-and-the-winner-is/

    Operation Firefox

    The website Operation Firefox has been retired in December 2010. The blog post describing the successful mission is available at:  http://blog.mozilla.org/operationfx/2007/12/14/declassified-information-and-the-winner-is/

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