I’m interested to see what people are doing with Mozilla’s code and I used to post often about this.
I hadn’t been thinking of this recently though, but someone building a private and secure browser on a USB key using Mozilla code just got in touch about using the Powered by Mozilla logo.
This logo was created several years ago as a way to demonstrate how broadly Mozilla’s technologies are being adopted and to help build a community among people doing interesting things with our code.
I never did as much with getting the logo out there and building a community as I had wanted. If people are interested in taking this over, I’d be happy to help get you started.
One thing I did do was promote some of the cool things that were being built. I’ve updated a graphic that shows logos of different Mozilla-based products that I posted about more than a year ago and wanted to share.
This image shows:
- Logos for applications that currently make use of at least one Mozilla technology
- Question marks to show that there are likely applications out there we don’t know anything about
- Logos for projects that are no longer active or no longer use Mozilla code.
Note that this covers all Mozilla technologies and not just Gecko and XULRunner. Some applications (for example, Chrome and OpenOffice.org that use NSS) aren’t normally thought of as using any Mozilla code but I wanted to include them to show the range of ways our platform is used.
If you know of anything missing from this list or from the more complete list, let me know.