At Mozilla Foundation, we're building the internet as a global public resource, open and accessible to all. We do that through campaigns, community building, and open-source software.
Over the years, our open-source software has helped teach critical digital skills, from creating content to mastering HTML and CSS. But as new threats and opportunities to the open internet arise, Mozilla sometimes decommissions projects to focus on new ones. Here are past projects that Mozilla Foundation is no longer supporting. In many cases, the spirit of these projects lives on in our current advocacy campaigns, leadership work, and annual Internet Health Report.
All software is open source. You’re welcome to fork the code and make improvements — in many cases, others already are!