Mozilla has identified potential homes for its Thunderbird email client, the long-time project it decided last year to cut loose, according to a published document and a supporting post by the open-source foundation’s executive director.

The top two landing places for Thunderbird: The Software Freedom Conservatory, a U.S.-based nonprofit that centralizes funding and provides infrastructure for more than three-dozen open-source projects; and the Document Foundation, a German nonprofit whose best-known project is the LibreOffice productivity suite.

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