Even better, it was implemented earlier than the well-known RequireJS, so there are differences between similar APIs in philosophy and approach, which bring more value.
The API and code of oz.js are minimalist and stable. It won’t add new features that aren’t truly needed (It’s absolutely bad practice to meet new requirements through new configuration options or new plugins for a module mechanism provider!).
The OzJS Project now focuses on providing bundles of powerful and yet micro-framework friendly AMD modules.
OzJS Project provides plenty of tiny, mutually independent, single purpose modules to help you build(mix and match) your own MVC(or suchlike) framework.