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Slides of a talk presented by Mozilla Representative Ankit Gadgil at Mozilla Carnival, Pune.


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  • 1. Mozilla Carnival, Pune : Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla Ankit Gadgil @anknite ankitgadgil@gmail.com 15th September 2012 Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 1 / 32
  • 2. Why FOSS? 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 2 / 32
  • 3. Why FOSS? Why FOSS? Every day, we use a variety of applications without even wondering about their origins. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 3 / 32
  • 4. Why FOSS? Why FOSS? Every day, we use a variety of applications without even wondering about their origins. Our main goal is to complete the task at hand, as long as these needs are satisfied we remain loyal to the particular software. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 3 / 32
  • 5. Why FOSS? Why FOSS? Every day, we use a variety of applications without even wondering about their origins. Our main goal is to complete the task at hand, as long as these needs are satisfied we remain loyal to the particular software. But users like me and You need change over a period of time. So developers of the softwares work hard for that. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 3 / 32
  • 6. Why FOSS? Why FOSS? Every day, we use a variety of applications without even wondering about their origins. Our main goal is to complete the task at hand, as long as these needs are satisfied we remain loyal to the particular software. But users like me and You need change over a period of time. So developers of the softwares work hard for that. This is due to highly competitive market and invesment of time and money. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 3 / 32
  • 7. Why FOSS? Why FOSS? Every day, we use a variety of applications without even wondering about their origins. Our main goal is to complete the task at hand, as long as these needs are satisfied we remain loyal to the particular software. But users like me and You need change over a period of time. So developers of the softwares work hard for that. This is due to highly competitive market and invesment of time and money. What if you need not pay money to buy a software or use a pirated one? Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 3 / 32
  • 8. Why FOSS? Why FOSS? Every day, we use a variety of applications without even wondering about their origins. Our main goal is to complete the task at hand, as long as these needs are satisfied we remain loyal to the particular software. But users like me and You need change over a period of time. So developers of the softwares work hard for that. This is due to highly competitive market and invesment of time and money. What if you need not pay money to buy a software or use a pirated one? Open Source softwares will do that for you. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 3 / 32
  • 9. Why FOSS? Why FOSS? Every day, we use a variety of applications without even wondering about their origins. Our main goal is to complete the task at hand, as long as these needs are satisfied we remain loyal to the particular software. But users like me and You need change over a period of time. So developers of the softwares work hard for that. This is due to highly competitive market and invesment of time and money. What if you need not pay money to buy a software or use a pirated one? Open Source softwares will do that for you. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 3 / 32
  • 10. The Free Softwares 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 4 / 32
  • 11. The Free Softwares Introdution to FOSS Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 5 / 32
  • 12. The Free Softwares Introdution to FOSS Free and Open Source Software. Free/Libre/Open-source software (FLOSS) is software that is both free software and open source. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 5 / 32
  • 13. The Free Softwares Introdution to FOSS Free and Open Source Software. Free/Libre/Open-source software (FLOSS) is software that is both free software and open source. It is liberally licensed to grant users the right to use, copy, study, change, and improve its design through the availability of its source code. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 5 / 32
  • 14. The Free Softwares Introdution to FOSS Free and Open Source Software. Free/Libre/Open-source software (FLOSS) is software that is both free software and open source. It is liberally licensed to grant users the right to use, copy, study, change, and improve its design through the availability of its source code. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 5 / 32
  • 15. The Free Softwares Introdution to FOSS Free and Open Source Software. Free/Libre/Open-source software (FLOSS) is software that is both free software and open source. It is liberally licensed to grant users the right to use, copy, study, change, and improve its design through the availability of its source code. Free refers to the freedom to copy and re-use the software, rather than to the price of the software. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 5 / 32
  • 16. The Free Softwares Introdution to FOSS Free and Open Source Software. Free/Libre/Open-source software (FLOSS) is software that is both free software and open source. It is liberally licensed to grant users the right to use, copy, study, change, and improve its design through the availability of its source code. Free refers to the freedom to copy and re-use the software, rather than to the price of the software. ”Think of free as in free speech, not as in free food”. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 5 / 32
  • 17. History of FOSS 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 6 / 32
  • 18. History of FOSS A bit of History.. In the 1950s-60s-70s, it was normal to provide free software. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 7 / 32
  • 19. History of FOSS A bit of History.. In the 1950s-60s-70s, it was normal to provide free software. 1960s change was inevitable: the reason, a growing software industry. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 7 / 32
  • 20. History of FOSS A bit of History.. In the 1950s-60s-70s, it was normal to provide free software. 1960s change was inevitable: the reason, a growing software industry. Software Players did not want the costs of ”free” software bundled with hardware product costs. Hence, Software was also sold. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 7 / 32
  • 21. History of FOSS A bit of History.. In the 1950s-60s-70s, it was normal to provide free software. 1960s change was inevitable: the reason, a growing software industry. Software Players did not want the costs of ”free” software bundled with hardware product costs. Hence, Software was also sold. In 1983, Richard Stallman, announced the GNU project later the Free Software Foundation (FSF) was founded in October 1985. This formed the base for the freedoms of the software users. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 7 / 32
  • 22. The 4 FOSS Freedoms 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 8 / 32
  • 23. The 4 FOSS Freedoms 4 Freedoms. 1 freedom 0: The freedom to run the program, for any purpose one likes. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 9 / 32
  • 24. The 4 FOSS Freedoms 4 Freedoms. 1 freedom 0: The freedom to run the program, for any purpose one likes. 2 freedom 1: The freedom to study how the program works, and adapt it to your needs. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 9 / 32
  • 25. The 4 FOSS Freedoms 4 Freedoms. 1 freedom 0: The freedom to run the program, for any purpose one likes. 2 freedom 1: The freedom to study how the program works, and adapt it to your needs. 3 freedom 2: The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbour. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 9 / 32
  • 26. The 4 FOSS Freedoms 4 Freedoms. 1 freedom 0: The freedom to run the program, for any purpose one likes. 2 freedom 1: The freedom to study how the program works, and adapt it to your needs. 3 freedom 2: The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbour. 4 freedom 3: The freedom to improve the program, and release your Mozilla Carnival, Pune : improvements for the publicAnkit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 9 / 32
  • 27. FOSS 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 10 / 32
  • 28. FOSS FOSS Open Source Softwares can be even better than their commercial varients in some cases. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 11 / 32
  • 29. FOSS FOSS Open Source Softwares can be even better than their commercial varients in some cases. This all starts with any individual designing a first version of a software and he puts it for testing, debuging and reviews by others. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 11 / 32
  • 30. FOSS FOSS Open Source Softwares can be even better than their commercial varients in some cases. This all starts with any individual designing a first version of a software and he puts it for testing, debuging and reviews by others. Over a period of time the application keeps improving. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 11 / 32
  • 31. FOSS FOSS lets have a look at the Open Source Software Development Cycle. cycle.png Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 12 / 32
  • 32. Popular Free open source softwares used. 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 13 / 32
  • 33. Popular Free open source softwares used. FOSS Softwares. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 14 / 32
  • 34. Mozilla 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 15 / 32
  • 35. Mozilla Introdution to Mozilla The Mozilla Project. ”Mozilla” an every-day name for the free and open-source software world. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 16 / 32
  • 36. Mozilla Introdution to Mozilla The Mozilla Project. ”Mozilla” an every-day name for the free and open-source software world. While most people associate the Mozilla brand with Firefox and Thunderbird, There is lot more !!! Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 16 / 32
  • 37. Mozilla Introdution to Mozilla The Mozilla Project. ”Mozilla” an every-day name for the free and open-source software world. While most people associate the Mozilla brand with Firefox and Thunderbird, There is lot more !!! Created in 1998 with the release of the Netscape browser suite source code. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 16 / 32
  • 38. Mozilla Introdution to Mozilla The Mozilla Project. ”Mozilla” an every-day name for the free and open-source software world. While most people associate the Mozilla brand with Firefox and Thunderbird, There is lot more !!! Created in 1998 with the release of the Netscape browser suite source code. With contributions from around the globe. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 16 / 32
  • 39. Towards Mozilla 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 17 / 32
  • 40. Towards Mozilla Towards Mozilla The Mozilla Project. By creating an open community, the Mozilla project had become larger than any one company. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 18 / 32
  • 41. Towards Mozilla Towards Mozilla The Mozilla Project. By creating an open community, the Mozilla project had become larger than any one company. Contributers started creating a variety of browsers, development tools and many other projects. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 18 / 32
  • 42. Towards Mozilla Towards Mozilla The Mozilla Project. By creating an open community, the Mozilla project had become larger than any one company. Contributers started creating a variety of browsers, development tools and many other projects. The Result: Mozilla 1.0, the first major version, released in 2002. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 18 / 32
  • 43. Towards Mozilla The Mozilla Foundation Mozilla was originally the codename for the defunct Netscape Navigator software project. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 19 / 32
  • 44. Towards Mozilla The Mozilla Foundation Mozilla was originally the codename for the defunct Netscape Navigator software project. mozilla logo.png On 15 July 2003, the Mozilla project created the Mozilla Foundation. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 19 / 32
  • 45. Towards Mozilla The Mozilla Foundation Mozilla was originally the codename for the defunct Netscape Navigator software project. mozilla logo.png On 15 July 2003, the Mozilla project created the Mozilla Foundation. A flurry of Firefox beta builds were released first under the name of Phoenix, then Firebird, and eventually Firefox Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 19 / 32
  • 46. Towards Mozilla The Mozilla Foundation Mozilla was originally the codename for the defunct Netscape Navigator software project. mozilla logo.png On 15 July 2003, the Mozilla project created the Mozilla Foundation. A flurry of Firefox beta builds were released first under the name of Phoenix, then Firebird, and eventually Firefox Firefox 1.0 browser was released in November 2004 and became a big success. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 19 / 32
  • 47. Towards Mozilla The Mozilla Foundation Mozilla was originally the codename for the defunct Netscape Navigator software project. mozilla logo.png On 15 July 2003, the Mozilla project created the Mozilla Foundation. A flurry of Firefox beta builds were released first under the name of Phoenix, then Firebird, and eventually Firefox Firefox 1.0 browser was released in November 2004 and became a big success. Thunderbird 1.0, an email client software which started life as Minotaur, was also released. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 19 / 32
  • 48. Towards Mozilla The Mozilla Foundation Mozilla was originally the codename for the defunct Netscape Navigator software project. mozilla logo.png On 15 July 2003, the Mozilla project created the Mozilla Foundation. A flurry of Firefox beta builds were released first under the name of Phoenix, then Firebird, and eventually Firefox Firefox 1.0 browser was released in November 2004 and became a big success. Thunderbird 1.0, an email client software which started life as Minotaur, was also released. In less than a year, downloaded over 100 million times. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 19 / 32
  • 49. Towards Mozilla The Mozilla Foundation Mozilla was originally the codename for the defunct Netscape Navigator software project. mozilla logo.png On 15 July 2003, the Mozilla project created the Mozilla Foundation. A flurry of Firefox beta builds were released first under the name of Phoenix, then Firebird, and eventually Firefox Firefox 1.0 browser was released in November 2004 and became a big success. Thunderbird 1.0, an email client software which started life as Minotaur, was also released. In less than a year, downloaded over 100 million times. In 2008, Firefox reached 20% worldwide market share. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 19 / 32
  • 50. The Mascot: 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 20 / 32
  • 51. The Mascot: The Mascot Why is the Mozilla mascot a lizard (dinosaur)? Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 21 / 32
  • 52. The Mascot: The Mascot Why is the Mozilla mascot a lizard (dinosaur)? Its fairly simple: Mozilla sounds like Godzilla, and hence looks like it too. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 21 / 32
  • 53. The Mascot: The Mascot Why is the Mozilla mascot a lizard (dinosaur)? Its fairly simple: Mozilla sounds like Godzilla, and hence looks like it too. Designed by Dave Titus in 1994. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 21 / 32
  • 54. The Mascot: The Mascot Why is the Mozilla mascot a lizard (dinosaur)? Its fairly simple: Mozilla sounds like Godzilla, and hence looks like it too. Designed by Dave Titus in 1994. It was a green Lizard: early logo.jpg Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 21 / 32
  • 55. The Mascot: The Mascot Why is the Mozilla mascot a lizard (dinosaur)? Its fairly simple: Mozilla sounds like Godzilla, and hence looks like it too. Designed by Dave Titus in 1994. It was a green Lizard: early logo.jpg The Red version of the monster came up after the source code of the Netscape browser was released. from godzilla.png Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 21 / 32
  • 56. Firefox Browser: 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 22 / 32
  • 57. Firefox Browser: Firefox Browser: Firefox 1.0 : November 9, 2004. Version 2.0 : October 24, 2006. Firefox 3.0 : June 17, 2008 Version 4.0 : March 22, 2011. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 23 / 32
  • 58. Firefox Browser: Firefox Browser: Firefox 1.0 : November 9, 2004. Version 2.0 : October 24, 2006. Firefox 3.0 : June 17, 2008 Version 4.0 : March 22, 2011. Then followed the rapid release cycles, with new version of firefox every 6 weeks on Tuesdays. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 23 / 32
  • 59. Firefox Browser: Firefox Browser: Firefox 1.0 : November 9, 2004. Version 2.0 : October 24, 2006. Firefox 3.0 : June 17, 2008 Version 4.0 : March 22, 2011. Then followed the rapid release cycles, with new version of firefox every 6 weeks on Tuesdays. Latest release Firefox 15 : 28th August, 2012. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 23 / 32
  • 60. Firefox Logo 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 24 / 32
  • 61. Firefox Logo Firefox logo But why Firefox? Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 25 / 32
  • 62. Firefox Logo Firefox logo But why Firefox? Its now well known that a firefox is an incredibly cute red panda. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 25 / 32
  • 63. Firefox Logo Firefox logo But why Firefox? Its now well known that a firefox is an incredibly cute red panda. But sadly, No secret reason it has the name Firefox. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 25 / 32
  • 64. Firefox Logo Firefox logo But why Firefox? Its now well known that a firefox is an incredibly cute red panda. But sadly, No secret reason it has the name Firefox. Firefox was simply a safe, unique, cool-sounding option, for Firebird. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 25 / 32
  • 65. Firefox Logo Firefox logo But why Firefox? Its now well known that a firefox is an incredibly cute red panda. But sadly, No secret reason it has the name Firefox. Firefox was simply a safe, unique, cool-sounding option, for Firebird. December 2010 Mozilla adopted two red pandas at Knoxville Zoo, Tennessee, To spread awarness about their conservation. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 25 / 32
  • 66. Other Products from Mozilla 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 26 / 32
  • 67. Other Products from Mozilla Other Products from Mozilla Bugzilla : Web-based general-purpose bugtracker and testing tool. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 27 / 32
  • 68. Other Products from Mozilla Other Products from Mozilla Bugzilla : Web-based general-purpose bugtracker and testing tool. Thunderbird : Cross-platform email and news client. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 27 / 32
  • 69. Other Products from Mozilla Other Products from Mozilla Bugzilla : Web-based general-purpose bugtracker and testing tool. Thunderbird : Cross-platform email and news client. Seamonkey : free and open source cross-platform Internet suite.. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 27 / 32
  • 70. Other Products from Mozilla Other Products from Mozilla Bugzilla : Web-based general-purpose bugtracker and testing tool. Thunderbird : Cross-platform email and news client. Seamonkey : free and open source cross-platform Internet suite.. Other products include Camio,Chatzilla,Minimo,Skywriter,Sunbird and many more. Mozilla Carnival, Pune : products.pngAnkit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 27 / 32
  • 71. Other Products from Mozilla Achievements Mozilla labs: The Guinness World Record: Firefox 3.0 downloaded more than 8 million times within 1st first 24 hours. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 28 / 32
  • 72. Other Products from Mozilla Achievements Mozilla labs: The Guinness World Record: Firefox 3.0 downloaded more than 8 million times within 1st first 24 hours. More people than ever before are using the Internet and are experiencing it in their own language. The success of Mozilla Comunity has shown great end user products can be produced as open source software. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 28 / 32
  • 73. Mozillians: 1 Why FOSS? 2 The Free Softwares 3 History of FOSS 4 The 4 FOSS Freedoms 5 FOSS 6 Popular Free open source softwares used. 7 Mozilla 8 Towards Mozilla Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 9 15th September 2012 29 / 32
  • 74. Mozillians: Mozillians Who are Mozillians People who volunteer their time to advance the Mozilla mission They work on promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web. They form the core of the Mozilla community. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 30 / 32
  • 75. Mozillians: Mozillians Who are Mozillians People who volunteer their time to advance the Mozilla mission They work on promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web. They form the core of the Mozilla community. Who can be a Mozillian? All of You here are welcome to get involved to help us make Mozilla even better. We will have a session at the end of this event today about it. Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 30 / 32
  • 76. Mozillians: End of presentation Happy Software Freedom day !! This presentation was created using LaTeX. Thank You.. !! Mozilla Carnival, Pune :Ankit Gadgil @anknite (ankitgadgil@gmail.com ) Introduction To FOSS and MOzilla 15th September 2012 31 / 32