Mozilla accepts Microsoft help
Mozilla has accepted Microsoft's offer of help toward ensuring interoperability between Firefox and the upcoming Vista operating system.
Microsoft's offer to help came on Saturday when Sam Ramji, the director of the company's open-source lab, posted an open letter on a blog used by Mozilla developers. Microsoft offered to open up a new open-source facility at its headquarters in Redmond, Washington, to Mozilla software engineers, including giving them one-on-one time with Microsoft workers. The offer includes help with Mozilla's Thunderbird e-mail client. Mozilla accepts Microsoft help: ZDNet Australia: News: Software
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