Mozilla 24 will be held on 14-15 September and will let developers around the world share ideas and bug fixes.
The event will host speakers including Dr Vint Cerf, chief internet evangelist at Google, and Dr Lawrence Lessig, founder of Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society.
"Mozilla 24 consists of a variety of programmes, including presentations, panel discussions, online contests and music festivals," said Mozilla.
"Many of the presentations, including the panel discussions, will be accessible online to anyone in the world using the distance learning environment and remotely placed virtual machines provided by the WIDE Project's School on the Internet working group."
The conference will have physical venues in the US, Europe and Japan, but final venues have yet to be announced.
Mozilla plans 24-hour developer conference
By Iain Thomson on Aug 16, 2007 9:54PM