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The Mozilla.org site was created by Netscape Communications Corporation in order to "provide a central point of contact and community for those interested in using or improving [Netscape] source code." Netscapce plans to make this source code freely available on March 31, 1998 (discussed in the January 23, 1998 Scout Report). The site is a work in progress at this time; it contains information about the mission of the organization and its efforts to provide information for developers. Current site highlights include free Navigator and free source FAQ's. Mozilla.org plans to release technical documentation on the code in the near future, as well as a list of download site sources. Other upcoming features include a section for bug reporting and a database of bug reports.
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