In a blog post today, Mozilla has announced that they have added $539,000 in awards to various open source projects. The largest amount ($194,00) went to Ushahidi, an open source software platform for crowdsourcing, monitoring, visualizing, and responding to reports from people caught up in political turmoil or subject to governmental or vigilante abuse. I think it's great to see companies investing into open source projects. While I may not agree with some of the projects they have given funding to, it's awesome how committed Mozilla is to the program, and hopefully some great things will come from these projects getting the money they need. At Mozilla we were born out of, and remain a part of, the open source and free software movement. Through the Mozilla Open Source Support (MOSS) program, we recognize, celebrate, and support open source projects that contribute to our work and to the health of the Internet.