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Particularly Important Forums

Please read the Mozilla forum etiquette document for posting rules and conventions.

  • mozilla.announce#

    New releases will be announced here. This is a low-volume group, for announcements only (not discussions). (Moderated)

  • mozilla.announce.compatibility#

    Add-on compatibility announcements. (Moderated)

    • Mailing List: [email protected]
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.announce.compatibility
    • Web: Google Groups
  • mozilla.dev.planning#

    For project planning, meeting minutes, roadmap discussions.

  • mozilla.governance#

    Governance of the Mozilla Project. (Moderated)

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Projectwide Forums

Please read the Mozilla forum etiquette document for posting rules and conventions.

  • mozilla.general#

    For everything with no forum of its own: discussion about any and all aspects of all the things that we're doing here at mozilla.org (high traffic; often off-topic).

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Applications and Projects

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  • firefox-dev#

    For development of Firefox, a lightweight browser built on the Mozilla platform.

  • mozilla.dev.apps.thunderbird#

    For development of Thunderbird, an email client built on the Mozilla platform.

  • tb-planning#

    For development of Thunderbird, an email client built on the Mozilla platform.

  • mobile-firefox-dev#

    For discussions about the Mozilla platform on mobile devices, e.g. Firefox for Android.

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General Development

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  • mozilla.dev.accessibility#

    For the work to make Mozilla products accessible.

  • mozilla.activity-stream#

    The Firefox 'activity stream' feature. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.apis#

    Providing a uniform interface to mozilla's platform APIs. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.autofill#

    Discussion forum for Form Autofill and Payment implementation on Firefox (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.builds#

    For discussions about compiling the source code or improving the build system.

  • mozilla.dev.community-tools#

    The tools Mozilla uses to manage its community. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.decentralization#

    Data decentralization in and for Mozilla services.

  • mozilla.dev.geolocation#

    Development of geolocation services. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.js-sourcemap#

    The JS sourcemap project, which maps obfuscated JS back to the original version for debugging. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.l10n#

    For localization (L10N) issues. L10N is the process of adapting software to a specific language and culture (see also internationalization).

  • mozilla.dev.mdc#

    Discussions about MDN Web Docs have moved to Discourse.

    • Follow: MDN category on Discourse
    • Email-in: [email protected]
    • Archives, up to June 2017: mozilla.dev.mdc Google Group
  • mozilla.mdn#

    Discussions about MDN Web Docs have moved to Discourse.

    • Follow: MDN category on Discourse
    • Email-in: [email protected]
    • Archives, up to June 2017: mozilla.mdn Google Group
  • mozilla.dev.mdn#

    Discussions about MDN Web Docs have moved to Discourse.

    • Follow: MDN category on Discourse
    • Email-in: [email protected]
    • Archives, up to June 2017: mozilla.dev.mdn Google Group
  • mozilla.dev.media#

    Development of Mozilla's media support (audio and video). (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.mozdef#

    The Mozilla Defense Platform, an open source SIEM project. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.mozjpeg#

    The Mozilla enhanced version of libjpeg. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.pdf-js#

    pdf.js, the PDF renderer written in JS. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.platform#

    For people working on Mozilla-the-platform.

  • mozilla.dev.platform.ux#

    For discussions between the UX and Platform teams (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.power#

    Improving our products' power usage. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.privacy#

    Development of features specifically design to enhance user privacy.

  • mozilla.dev.project-link#

    Project Link aims to be your own, personal user agent for the smart home. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.push#

    For discussion regarding development of SimplePush, WebPush and other Push-related servers. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.raspberry-pi#

    Putting Mozilla software, such as Firefox OS, on the Raspberry Pi (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.rtl#

    Right-to-left language support. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.security#

    Security issues such as specific security problems or ideas for making the code as a whole more secure can be discussed here. Cryptography, however, is not within this group's charter. (Moderated)

    • Mailing List: [email protected].mozilla.org
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.dev.security
    • Web: Google Groups
  • mozilla.dev.security.policy#

    Discussion of security-related policies, governance, and related topics; and responsibility for the Mozilla CA certificate policy. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.sensorweb#

    The SensorWeb IOT project. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.servo#

    For development of servo, a parallelized rendering engine. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.static-analysis#

    For discussion about Pork, Dehydra, rewriting and static analysis projects.

  • mozilla.dev.super-review#

    This forum is a mirror of the super-review mailing list. Requests for patch review and change of review status in Bugzilla are automatically posted here. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.telemetry-alerts#

    Automated alerts from our telemetry monitors. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.ui-alerts#

    Automated messages about UI changes. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.usability#

    For discussions on user interface and usability issues, including future directions, cross-platform consistency, and so on. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.version-control#

    For discussion about the use of version control systems within Mozilla. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.developer-tools#

    For development of tools for web developers inside Firefox and other Mozilla products. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.release.engineering#

    Release engineering at Mozilla (Moderated)

  • mozilla.tools.bmo#

    Development of bugzilla.mozilla.org, Mozilla's installation of the Bugzilla software. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.tools.elmo#

    Development of web apps for localization (l10n). (Moderated)

  • mozilla.tools.l10n#

    Development of tools for l10n. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.tools.marionette#

    Marionette is a browser automation framework based on the W3C WebDriver Spec. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.tools.phonebook#

    Mozilla Corporation's internal phonebook tool. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.tools.pulse#

    The Pulse tool for event-driven notifications.

  • mozilla.tools.puppetagain#

    The PuppetAgain deployment automation tool. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.tools.socorro#

    The Socorro crash-reporting system.

  • mozilla.tools.taskcluster#

    Mozilla's next-generation build and test infrastructure. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.tools.treeherder#

    Discussions about the Mozilla Treeherder project. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.tools.wiki#

    The team working on the Mozilla wiki(s). (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.services.circus#

    Development of circus, a process runner and watcher. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.memory#

    Improving Firefox's memory usage

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Mozilla Technologies

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  • mozilla.dev.tech.crypto#

    For discussions about cryptography, and cryptographic issues surrounding the Mozilla source code. See the PKI project for more info. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.tech.crypto.checkins#

    Join this list if you'd like to be automatically notified of all check-ins to Mozilla's crypto code. (Moderated)

    • Mailing List: [email protected]
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.dev.tech.crypto.checkins
    • Web: Google Groups
  • mozilla.dev.tech.electrolysis#

    For discussions multi-process Firefox. (Moderated)

    • Mailing List: [email protected]
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.dev.tech.electrolysis
    • Web: Google Groups
  • mozilla.dev.tech.java#

    For discussions about Java: both embedding JREs in Mozilla and extending Mozilla itself using Java code. Also check out the plug-in forum.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.js-engine#

    For JavaScript engines, including Spidermonkey (JavaScript in C) and Rhino (JavaScript in Java).

    • Mailing List: dev-tech-js-engine[email protected]
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.dev.tech.js-engine
    • Web: Google Groups
  • mozilla.dev.tech.js-engine.internals#

    The internals of SpiderMonkey, the Mozilla JavaScript engine in C

    • Mailing List: [email protected]
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.dev.tech.js-engine.internals
    • Web: Google Groups
  • mozilla.dev.tech.js-engine.rhino#

    For discussions about Rhino. Implementation of JavaScript written entirely in Java. (Moderated)

    • Mailing List: [email protected]
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.dev.tech.js-engine.rhino
    • Web: Google Groups
  • mozilla.dev.tech.js-engine.rivertrail#

    For discussions about the Rivertrail project, is a proposal to bring parallelism into JavaScript in a controlled fashion. (Moderated)

    • Mailing List: [email protected]
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.dev.tech.js-engine.rivertrail
    • Web: Google Groups
  • mozilla.dev.tech.layout#

    For discussions about document layout in Mozilla, including Gecko. Also check out the style and SVG forums.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.ldap#

    For discussions about the C SDK, Java SDK, and PerLDAP, which are toolkits for developing LDAP applications.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.mathml#

    For discussions about the implementation of W3C's Mathematical Markup Language.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.network#

    For discussions about the Mozilla Networking Library, a.k.a. Necko.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.nspr#

    For discussions about the portable runtime code used by Mozilla.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.rdf#

    For discussions about the Resource Description Framework (RDF).

  • mozilla.dev.tech.sql#

    For discussions about using SQL in Mozilla.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.svg#

    This is the project forum for implementing Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) in Mozilla.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.xforms#

    For discussion about XForms in Firefox and Mozilla.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.xml#

    For discussions about using XML in Mozilla.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.xpcom#

    This forum is for discussions about the Cross-Platform Component Object Model (XPCOM) that we are using to purvey and discover interfaces between independently versioned and loaded modules.

  • mozilla.dev.tech.xslt#

    For discussions of use of the XSL Transformations language in the Mozilla layout engine.

  • mozilla.dev.ports.os2#

    For discussions about porting Mozilla to OS/2.

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Quality Assurance

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  • mozilla.dev.quality#

    For QA discussion, including using Bugzilla, Mozilla testing, and bug triaging. Do not report bugs here.

  • mozilla.dev.quality.bd#

    QA discussion in Bengali. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.bugmasters#

    Our intrepid bug handling team. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.compatibility#

    Web compatibility - making the web safe for standards-compliant browsers, one site at a time. (Moderated)

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Extension Development

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  • dev-addons#

    Development of the add-on ecosystem, including addons.mozilla.org, WebExtensions and developing add-ons.

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Web Development

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  • mozilla.dev.webdev#

    Mozilla's web development team. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.dev.mozilla-org#

    For people working on the mozilla.org website.

  • mozilla.community.local-sites#

    For development of local Mozilla community websites. (Moderated)

    • Mailing List: [email protected]
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.community.local-sites
    • Web: Google Groups
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Mozilla Initiatives

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  • mozilla.mdn.services#

    Mailing list for discussing MDN Services project

  • mozilla.participation.infrastructure#

    Discussion and announcements around Participation Infrastructure tools and initiatives.

    • Mailing List: [email protected]
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.participation.infrastructure
    • Web: Google Groups
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Mozilla Reps

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  • mozilla.reps.general#

    ReMo - the Mozilla Reps program

  • mozilla.reps.mentors#

    ReMo mentors group. (Moderated)

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Community Groups

Please read the Mozilla forum etiquette document for posting rules and conventions.

  • mozilla.dev.l10n.web#

    For Mozilla website localization co-ordination.

  • mozilla.community.digital-freedom#

    Discussion of, and resistance to, laws which work against Mozilla's mission. (Moderated)

    • Mailing List: [email protected]
    • Newsgroup: mozilla.community.digital-freedom
    • Web: Google Groups
  • mozilla.community.diversity#

    A group to plan, build, teach, empower, and grow our diversity skills project-wide. (Moderated)

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End-User Support

Please read the Mozilla forum etiquette document for posting rules and conventions.

  • mozilla.sumo#

    Discussion of the SUMO support website http://support.mozilla.org. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.support.firefox#

    Support for Firefox. But the best place to start is our support website. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.support.thunderbird#

    Support for Thunderbird. But the best place to start is our support website. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.support.seamonkey#

    Support for SeaMonkey, the community-driven continuation of the Mozilla suite.

  • mozilla.support.bugzilla#

    Support for the Bugzilla web-based bug-tracking tool.

  • mozilla.support.calendar#

    Support for the Calendar and Lightning projects. (Moderated)

  • mozilla.support.webtools#

    Support for webtools other than Bugzilla (e.g. Bonsai, Tinderbox, MXR)

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Testing

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  • mozilla.test.multimedia#

    For binary test messages. (Moderated)

Realtime Chat

You can talk to people in the community in real time by logging on Mozilla’s chat serverwith an IRC client.Please read the /motd.

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Newsgroups

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