Since blogs are all about hearsay and conjecture, I heard that the domain mozilla.com is being worked on by like real web designers. It doesn't point to anything right now, and I don't know much else. Maybe it will be a new, more consistent design for mozilla.org? Or maybe a new site for the Mozilla Foundation? Anybody know anything else?
I seem to remember mention of a "marketing site" somehwere (that's a psuedo-quote - not a real quote, btw). I imagine that would mean a site to promote the end-user products, rather than all of the organization and developer stuff?
This is just hearsay and conjecture too though.
Last I heard, it will just redirect to mozilla.org. There was a plan to make mozilla.com a site for end-users with links to the latest stable builds etc. without any of this confusing developer stuff but I believe the current strategy is just to have both developer and end-user stuff on mozilla.org.
Believe it or not, mozilla.com is not going to be used 'for tax reasons'. This is, apparently, after a long session with a tax lawyer discussinjg the requirements for Mozilla.org to become a registered charity. It sounds like an insane restriction to me, but maybe that's why I'm not a tax lawyer. Anyway, I'm still holding out for an end user site at mozilla.org and all the developer stuff being subdomained to dev.mozilla.org. I think this is pretty unlikely, but as far as I can tell it's the best way to get the clear seperation that is required between the two types of content.
BD's comments at moz-marketing archives.