Mozilla releases v1 of open-source calendar

The Mozilla Foundation has launched the first version of its open-source calendar.

The Mozilla Foundation has launched the first version of its open-source calendar.

The not-for-profit company set up to promote open-source technology has released Sunbird 0.2 as a standalone product that can be used on Windows, Linux and Apple platforms. Mozilla also plans to integrate Sunbird with its Thunderbird e-mail system.

Integrating the two products would provide users with an open-source alternative to Microsoft’s Outlook system.

Mozilla’s open-source Firefox browser is already providing increasing competition to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser.

Sunbird can be downloaded from:

www.mozilla.com

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