We intend this page to enumerate all of those standards, RFCs, drafts, and FAQs that relate to the many and varied protocols used by the Mozilla code.
Here are some good starting points to begin the search for the proper document:
- RFCs (at RFC Editor)
- Drafts (at IETF)
- FAQs (at faqs.org)
- Mail Standards (at IMC)
- W3C Recommendations
- Networking Standards
- A listing of MIME types
- HTML 4.0 References
- CSS1 references
- Web Standards Project Resources
Here are some links to other sites on the web where you will find more information about the Netscape source release, and open-source software in general:
- The Netscape press release about the free binaries;
- The Netscape press release about the open source;
- The Netscape press release about the Netscape Public License, and the MPL/NPL page;
- Eric Raymond's paper, The Cathedral and the Bazaar;
- The Open Source Page, which has more information on the ideas behind open-source software in general.
- slashdot.org, a news, information, and discussion site about all sorts of issues related to Linux and open-source software.
- A Wired article about the opening of the Netscape source;
- Some descriptions of the various categories of open-source software, as seen by The Free Software Foundation;
- Some descriptions and comparisons of various open-source software licenses commonly in use today;
- The Debian Social Contract and open-source software guidelines.