The Mozilla Foundation pledge, which follows the 10 principles and the call to action, needs almost no additional explanation. We find there all the important keywords that make the Mozilla project so special:

  • Open source, great consumer products produced by a community;
  • Keeping the Internet an open platform.

This is already what we do on a daily basis. What is more surprising is the following:

  1. promote models for creating economic value for the public benefit
  2. promote the Mozilla Manifesto principles in public discourse and within the Internet industry

Both points come on top of what is commonly perceived as the Mozilla efforts of promoting choice and innovation.

Since I'll be away, comments are closed on my blog. But readers and Mozilla contributors are invited to discuss the Mozilla Manifesto on the Mozilla.Governance mailing list / newsgroup.