Mozilla Foundation is offering to "immortalise" people's names in the code of Firefox 2.0, if they manage to persuade a friend to download its Firefox Web browser before 15 September.
To commemorate the creation of Mozilla Foundation three years ago, Mozilla announced on 15 July that if Firefox users persuade a friend to download Firefox, both the user and the friends' names will be added to the source code of the latest version of the browser, Firefox 2.
"Share Firefox with a friend. If your friend downloads Firefox before September 15, you'll both be immortalised in Firefox 2," said Mozilla Foundation in a statement.
Firefox has steadily gained market share since its launch in November 2004. According to recent statistics from Web analytics firm OneStat, Firefox has a global usage share of 12.93 percent, with Microsoft Internet Explorer dropping to 83.05 percent of the market.
Apple's Safari browser had 1.84 percent global usage, while Opera had one percent.