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Mozilla Taiwan

Mozilla Taiwan
Type Privately held company
Headquarters 4F-A1, No. 106, Sec. 5, Xinyi Rd., Xinyi Dist.,Taipei City, 11047, Taiwan
Key people Li Gong
Employees 130 (2014)
Website http://mozilla.com.tw/

Mozilla Taiwan is a branch of the Mozilla Corporation in Taipei, Taiwan. Mozilla Taiwan was founded on October 19, 2011. It helps promote and deploy Mozilla products in Taiwan.[1]

Distinguish to Mozilla Taiwan Community

Mozilla Taiwan Community (MozTW) set up in 2004,Mozilla Taiwan is often mixed up with MozTW. The name Mozilla Taiwan was often used by the independent user communities and transfer to Mozilla Taiwan company after it set up in 2011.[2] Mozilla Taiwan and MozTW are both a member of greater Mozilla community, but has no hyponymy relationship.

Foxmosa

Foxmosa is a mascot created by Mozilla Taiwan Community (MozTW). The name combines the English suffix Formosa and fox.[3][4]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://blog.mozilla.org/cjones/2011/11/14/great-work-coming-out-of-mozillas-taiwan-office/
  2. ^ https://groups.google.com/d/msg/moztw-general/XlITUPpZkEI/UuGH_ffsTPIJ
  3. ^ http://moztw.org/foxmosa/
  4. ^ http://mozillalinks.org/2009/02/meet-foxmosa-firefox-taiwanese-mascot/

External links

  • Mozilla Taiwan on Facebook
  • Formosa's WebSite(Chinese (Taiwan))


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