Some questions: - Would you pay to use MDN? - Do you think MDN Plus is more like a Technical support service or a way to restrict content that used to be free? - Do you think there are other ways Mozilla can monetize?

Servo is an experimental browser engine designed to take advantage of the memory safety properties and concurrency features of the Rust programming language. It seeks to create a highly parallel environment, in which rendering, layout, HTML parsing, image decoding, and other engine components are handled by fine-grained, isolated tasks. It also makes use of GPU acceleration to render web pages quickly and smoothly. Servo has always been a research project. It began at the Mozilla Corporation in 2012, and its employees did the bulk of the work until 2020. This included the Quantum project, when portions of Servo were incorporated into the Gecko engine of Firefox. After Mozilla laid off all Servo developers in 2020, governance of the project was transferred to the Linux Foundation. Development work officially continues at the same GitHub repository, but only volunteers remain, so there has merely been maintenance activity.



I saw their [open letter]( to Facebook and Twitter to stop recommendations but I didn't really expect it to get anywhere. I'm pleased to see Facebook listening to them.

(Para los hispanohablantes que anden por aquí y no sepan qué pedo con Mozilla.)

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Mozilla is a free software community founded in 1998 by members of Netscape. The Mozilla community uses, develops, spreads and supports Mozilla products, thereby promoting exclusively free software and open standards, with only minor exceptions.

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