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 <p>Each of these sites serves a different main function.  For example, <a href="http:/www.mozilla.org">mozilla.org</a> provides a lot of the same  <p>Each of these sites serves a different main function.  For example, <a href="http:/www.mozilla.org">mozilla.org</a> provides a lot of the same
 development tools and resources as mozdev does (including <a href="http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/">bugzilla</a>, <a  development tools and resources as mozdev does (including <a href="http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/">bugzilla</a>, <a
 href="http://mozilla.org/cvs.html">cvs hosting</a> and <a href="http://mozilla.org/community.html">newsgroups</a>), but the focus of the two sites  href="http://mozilla.org/cvs.html">cvs hosting</a> and <a href="http://mozilla.org/community.html">newsgroups</a>), but the focus of the two sites
are on different things.  The mozilla.org site focuses on developing the core Mozilla source code.  The projects hosted on mozdev createare on different things.  The mozilla.org site is where the core Mozilla source code is developed.  The projects hosted on mozdev create
 applications and add-ons that are based on top of that source code.  applications and add-ons that are based on top of that source code.
   
 <p>There are also several great Mozilla advocacy sites, including <a href="http://www.mozillazine.org">mozillaZine</a>, <a  <p>There are also several great Mozilla advocacy sites, including <a href="http://www.mozillazine.org">mozillaZine</a>, <a
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 <p>In addition to add-on projects, there are a number of projects working on community evangelism and documentation.  For instance, the <a  <p>In addition to add-on projects, there are a number of projects working on community evangelism and documentation.  For instance, the <a
 href="http://eu.mozdev.org">EU</a> and <a href="http://meetzilla.mozdev.org">Meetzilla</a> projects are working on coordinating Mozilla developer  href="http://eu.mozdev.org">EU</a> and <a href="http://meetzilla.mozdev.org">Meetzilla</a> projects are working on coordinating Mozilla developer
 meetings in Europe and in the United States.  <a href="plugindoc.mozdev.org">PluginDoc</a> is a repository of information on how to install current  meetings in Europe and in the United States.  <a href="plugindoc.mozdev.org">PluginDoc</a> is a repository of information on how to install current
and legacy browser plugins, <a href="http://mozfr.mozdev.org/">MozFR</a> and <a href="polmoz.mozdev.org">PolMoz</a> are projects that areand legacy browser plugins, <a href="http://mozfr.mozdev.org/">MozFR</a> and <a href="http://polmoz.mozdev.org">PolMoz</a> are projects that are
 translating current Mozilla documentation into French and Polish respectively.  The recently release <a  translating current Mozilla documentation into French and Polish respectively.  The recently release <a
 href="http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/mozilla/">Creating Applications with Mozilla</a> book is also hosted on the site.  People are invited to come  href="http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/mozilla/">Creating Applications with Mozilla</a> book is also hosted on the site.  People are invited to come
 and contribute suggestions on how to keep the book's content up to date as Mozilla continues to evolve.  and contribute suggestions on how to keep the book's content up to date as Mozilla continues to evolve.

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