Re: Call for Proposals: Mellon Award for Technology Collaboration Awards 2008
But somebody working for another non-profit organization in collaboration with the mozilla foundation could potentially apply.
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>Date: Wed, 02 Apr 2008 18:28:40 -0400
>From: Frank Hecker <[hidden email]>
>Subject: Re: Call for Proposals: Mellon Award for Technology Collaboration Awards 2008
>To: [hidden email] >
>I registered at the Mellon site and looked at the nominations, thinking
>I might apply for something on behalf of the Mozilla Foundation. As it
>turns out, there's a FAQ specifically about us: "Can I nominate the
>Mozilla Foundation (or any other software foundation)?"
>The answer is no, you can't: "The MATC awards are designed to honor
>institutions that are not in the business of developing software ...
>[A]ll software foundations (e.g., Mozilla) are ineligible because
>developing software is their core business."
>Oh well :-)
>Jon Gunderson wrote:
>> The Mellon Foundation is supporting open source software projects, receive either $50K or $100K for your open source project. More details at their website. They have supported a number of disability related projects, including the Firefox Accessibility Extension.
>> http://matc.mellon.org/ >>
>> Applications due April 14th, 2008.
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