Mozilla Open Source Support

Mozilla Open Source Support (MOSS) is Mozilla’s program for supporting the Open Source and Free Software movement, with a yearly budget of around $3 million. Mozilla was born out of and remains a part of this movement, and we prosper because of its technology and activism. And we know that open source software remains a key part of the Internet and is essential for the online life of choice, innovation and opportunity we seek to build.

Who

  • Foundational Technology

    The Foundational Technology track is open to any free software / open source project that Mozilla relies on — either embedded in our products or infrastructure, or just used to get work done.

  • Mission Partners

    The Mission Partners track is open to any free software / open source project that significantly furthers Mozilla’s mission to ensure the Internet is a global public resource, open and accessible to all.

  • Secure Open Source

    The Secure Open Source (“SOS”) track supports security audits for open source software projects, and remedial work to rectify the problems found.

Read more

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/moss/