Mozilla Launches $300000 Gigabit Community Fund

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Once again a supporting hands forwarded towards the development and support for Open Source. Mozilla taking the initiative launched the Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF) and US Ignite. This community supports the development of open source application for gigabit networks.

This is being announced in two cities of US, Chattanooga and Kansas City, which will help in development of gigabits technology for it better use. The fund has started from $300,000.

Mozilla Executive Director Mark Surman said in a statement.
“The educators, developers, students and other inventive thinkers in these leading gigabit economies have a unique opportunity to help shape the web of the future, in ways that can help us all know more, do more and do better.”
The announcement was made over two cities  Chattanooga and Kansas City,  and Chattanooga have its event today and Kansas City will gets it chance on February 13. If you are the citizen of any of the two cities, you can apply here.
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