Netscape Releases Communicator 5.0 Source Code
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Netscape has set up a special download area for the source, including a multitude of mirror sites that will also have the software source code.
Developers will have to read and agree to the licensing agreement, of which there are two versions:
Modified original: Developers looking to modify the original source must sign a Netscape Public License, or NPL. This NPL grants Netscape the rights to use the code that results from the modification of the original source code.
Netscape will be hosting a party tonight in San Francisco, CA to celebrate the release of the source code. Scheduled to run from 8pm to 2am, it is open to anyone interested in the release.
If you're not planning on attending, the Party Details are worth reading, if simply to find out more about the possibility of seeing Marc Andreessen dancing in a cage.
For more information about the release, or the Release Party, visit Netscape's Mozilla.org Web site.