In late October Mozilla announced something called the Mozilla Open Source Support Program. Their selection criteria seemed favourable towards Discourse, so we decided to take a shot at it.
I am reminded regularly of how deeply Mozillians identify open source and free software as a critical element of an open Internet and healthy, trustworthy online experiences. I am excited to build a program that helps us bring concrete support to this worldview. You are the key to making this program great – to identifying great projects, to helping figure out what engagement from Mozilla would make a meaningful difference and to deepening Mozilla’s connections with our open source and free software compatriots.
Today, we are pleased to announce that the MOSS program has awarded Discourse a grant of $25’000!
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