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Write your name in the Firefox code

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The Mozilla Foundation is offering to "immortalize" people's names in the code of Firefox, if they manage to persuade a friend to download its Web browser before Sept. 15.

To commemorate the three-year anniversary of the creation of the Mozilla Foundation on July 15, the open-source group announced that if a Firefox user persuades a friend to download the browser, both the user and the friend's names will be added to the source code of the next version of the browser, Firefox 2.0.

"Share Firefox with a friend. If your friend downloads Firefox before Sept. 15, you'll both be immortalized in Firefox 2," the Mozilla Foundation said in a statement.

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