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Microsoft to help Firefox run on Windows Vista

Posted on Tuesday, August 22 2006 @ 00:19:52 CEST by


The head of Microsoft's open source software lab has offered help to Mozilla if it's interested in making sure the Firefox browser and Thunderbird mail client run under Windows Vista.
In a posting to the Mozilla development planning discussion group, Sam Ramji, the director of the lab, said he had set aside office space for open-source developers and would make Microsoft engineers available to Firefox and Thunderbird coders.

"As part of my mission as an advocate for open source applications on Windows, I've gotten spaces set aside at the Windows Vista Readiness ISV Lab," wrote Ramji.

"The lab itself is a 4-day event held in Redmond every week through December 2006; we provide secure office space for 4 people, hardware, VPN access, and 1:1 access to product team developers and support staff," he added.
More info at TechWeb.


 



 

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