Qubes awarded MOSS Mission Partners grant!

We’re proud to announce that the Qubes OS Project has been awarded a Mozilla Open Source Support (MOSS) awards program grant in the amount of 128,000 USD. This generous one-year grant will fund the work of Frédéric Pierret on making Qubes more robust and stable, as well as several key parts of Nina Alter’s extensive work on making Qubes more user-friendly. There are three separate tracks for MOSS awards. Qubes has been awarded a grant in the Mission Partners track. As Mozilla explains, “The Mission Partners track supports open source projects that significantly advance Mozilla’s mission.” It is a great honor for Qubes to be recognized as such a project, and we’re thrilled by the important work that this grant will enable.

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