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README.md

Firefox Browser Architecture

Mission

Change Mozilla. Investigate big technical challenges and produce engineering programs to address them.

Our Conclusions

This is a list of our findings that we're reasonably happy with so far.

Posts

We typically send our newsletters to firefox-dev.

Explorations and Experiments

To support our conclusions we occasionally perform explorations and experiments. The first exploration is designed to support the notion that we can create a sync and storage layer in Rust that we can deploy to Desktop, Android and iOS.

Community Participation Guidelines

This repository is governed by Mozilla's code of conduct and etiquette guidelines. For more details, please read the Mozilla Community Participation Guidelines.

How to Report

For more information on how to report violations of the Community Participation Guidelines, please read our 'How to Report' page.

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