Mozilla Joining ISOC in Support of IETF Activities

Mozilla has been significantly increasing its participation in IETF working groups over the past couple of years. This has coincided with increasing investments in the networking layers of our software and the Web platform. Today we’re heavily involved in IETF working groups relating to key Internet technologies such as TLS, HTTP and HTTP/2, RTCWeb, WebSockets, and others.

We think it’s important to support the standards groups in which we participate, so I’m pleased to announce that Mozilla has become an ISOC (Internet Society) Silver member. Among other things, ISOC provides administrative and organizational support to the IETF. We believe supporting ISOC and, by extension, the IETF, is a solid investment in terms of our mission to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web.

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Josh Aas is a Gecko platform software engineer with Mozilla Corporation.
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2 Responses to Mozilla Joining ISOC in Support of IETF Activities

  1. Jason Livingood says:

    Fantastic news! Thank you for choosing to support ISOC and our mission.

    - Jason (ISOC Board of Trustees)

  2. Ted Hardie says:

    Great to hear!

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