Mozilla has relaunched its Enterprise User Working Group (EUWG) in a bid to reassure organisations that the company still has a business focus.
The firm caused a storm last month when Firefox product manager Asa Dotzler said in a blog post that Mozilla is not concerned about the needs of business, and that individual users are paramount.
The posting came after complaints that Mozilla had shifted to Firefox 5 from the previous build without giving enterprises enough warning to adapt their systems.
The row inspired Microsoft and Google to declare that they are very enterprise focused, prompting Mozilla to swiftly clarify its position and state that there are enough resources to allow for individual user and enterprise development.
"Mozilla is fundamentally about people, and we care about our users wherever they are," said Mozilla in a blog post today.
"To this end, we are re-establishing a Mozilla EUWG as a place for enterprise developers, IT staff and Firefox developers to discuss the challenges, ideas and best practices for deploying Firefox in the enterprise."
The group will have its own email message board and monthly teleconferences around a specific enterprise topic agreed in advance.
The EUWG last met in 2007, but Mozilla suggested that this is now a long-term effort on behalf of the organisation and is looking for companies to take an active role.
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