January 4, 2001


EPIX Internet Services
MozillaQuest Magazine Front Page button

Internet & Web browsers button

custom Netscape & Mozilla themes & skins button

Digital Photography


IRC - Internet Relay Chat - Chat button

Linux button

Mozilla button


Netscape button
network articles

tutorial - help - how to button

Web Page Design

Web Tools

Windows button

Recent Articles

Meet Bugzilla -- Mozilla's Secretary of Bug-Busting & Feature Requests Lizard

Mozilla Milestone 0.7 Browser-Suite Released

Computer Connections at Home, Office, & School

Some Basics for Computing & Networking Novices

Mozilla Community Meeting -- January 29, 2001

dual-boot Linux & windows for best of both operating system worlds

New Browser War Heats Up -- But It's Netscape vs. Netscape

MozillaQuest the Series -- Building Your Own Mozilla-Based Web Browser:Branding your Lizard

Sneak Preview of Mozilla Milestone 0.7

Mozilla Organization Revises Development Roadmap and Product Release Schedule

How to Download,, Install, & Configure Netscape 6.0 Safely

MozillaQuest the Series -- Building Your Own Mozilla-Based Web Browser:Skinning the Lizard

MozillaQuest Magic: Enabling Changes Made to Mozilla-Based Browsers & Applications Chrome -- A Tutorial

Mozilla's ChatZilla, The Lizard Speaks:- IRC

Mozilla Community Meeting

January 29, 2001

By Mike Angelo -- 4 January 2001 (c)

Mozilla fans and developers get ready to party. The Mozilla Organization and CollabNet have scheduled a Mozilla meeting for January 29, 2001, in New York City.

Officially this Lizard-world party is titled the New York Mozilla Developer Meeting. However, CollabNet's David Boswell notes it's called a developer meeting, but it's really for anyone interested in Mozilla. Maybe it should be called a Mozilla community meeting but with a developer focus.

David Boswell adds that the Mozilla community meeting will be a good place to find out more about Mozilla, to meet people you have only talked to over email, to get your questions about Mozilla answered, and to get free food.

The January 29th date was selected to coincide with IDG's LinuxWorld Conference & Expo at New York City's Javits Convention Center January 30 through February 2, 2001 -- yet not conflict with LinuxWorld.

The New York Mozilla Developer Meeting will be held at the CollabNet New York office, 601 West 26th Street. That's just a few blocks South of the Javits Convention Center.

Seating capacity for the New York Mozilla Developer Meeting is limited. So be sure to contact meeting coordinator David Boswell, david@collab.net, soon to get on the attendee list -- or for additional information. There is no registration charge for the New York Mozilla Developer Meeting.

This New York Mozilla Developer Meeting is the third of its kind. Alphanumerica sponsored the first Mozilla Developer Meeting on April 7, 2000. It was held at the Netscape facility in Mountain View, California.

Alphanumerica sponsored the Second Mozilla Developer Meeting held August 18th, 2000. The second Mozilla Developer Meeting also was held at Netscape's Mountain View campus. Incidentally, CollabNet acquired Alphanumerica in August 2000.

For more information about the New York Mozilla Developer Meeting, check MeetZilla.

Copyright 2000 -- MozillaQuest -- Brodheadsville, Pa..USA -- All Rights Reserved