Content on this page is mostly obsolete. Check out the One Mozilla Website project wiki for current info.
The mozilla.org site tells the story of the whole Mozilla project and is a resource shared by the entire community. This can be seen most clearly in the owners of the site that include employees of various Mozilla organizations, employees of other organizations and individuals volunteering their time.
The ownership structure of the site follows the community ownership model and the current set of owners and peers is listed below. We're always looking for new people to get involved and join us as new site owners and peers.
Site Wide Roles
Unlike other ownership areas for the site that are based on content within directories, there are some ownership roles that are site-wide.
|Technical Module Owner||wenzel|
|Technical Module Peer||reed|
|Content Module Owner||david|
|Design Module Owner||jslater|
The following is content that is being maintained actively.
Main navigation content includes the sections included in the global site header.
|projects||david/various (see below for more details)|
With the new domain name strategy we are moving some content about Firefox, Thunderbird and Drumbeat over to www.mozilla.org. Initially these will act as separate sites on a shared domain but we will integrate these more fully into a single site over time.
Note: these directories don't exist yet since the content is still on mozilla.com, mozillamessaging.com and drumbeat.org.
Floating directories include content that is not linked to from the main navigation (for example, some pages are reached from in product sources). We may need to explicitly add some of this to the main navigation.
|start||david||in mozilla suite|
Firefox nightly builds point to mozilla.org for the first run and landing pages and various directories are used to host this content. The following list is subject to change as releases are added or removed. For more information, see Firefox pages on mozilla.org.
Technical bits include the directories that keep the site running.
Most of this content should be migrated off to a more appropriate location, such as the Developer Network or Mozilla Wiki. Some of this may make sense to keep where it is.
There are many legacy pages on the site, mostly documentation, that have been added over the years and don't directly fit in to the recently updated main navigation. This content is welcome to stay on the site, although some of it may be archived or migrated at some point.
The projects area of the site has many directories owned by various people involved with different projects. Most of these directories need to be archived and migrated, but there are still active projects being hosted and it helps to clarify ownership.
Note: the site is not yet fully localizable but we have started working on translating some key pages on the site. When the site is easier to localize, we'll make a bigger effort to identify locale owners.