Tuesday, July 29, 2008

SeaMonkey is a free, open source, and cross-platform Internet suite that is the continuation of the former Mozilla Application Suite. Based on the same source code as the Mozilla Application Suite, SeaMonkey consists of a web browser, which is a descendant of the Netscape family, an e-mail and news client program, and an HTML editor. The development of SeaMonkey is community-driven, in contrast to the Mozilla Application Suite, which until its last released version (1.7.13) was governed by the Mozilla Foundation. The new project-leading group is the SeaMonkey Council.
On 10 March 2005, the Mozilla Foundation announced that they would not release any further official versions of Mozilla Application Suite beyond 1.7.x, since they are now focused on the standalone applications Firefox and Thunderbird. However, the foundation emphasized that they would still provide infrastructure for community members who wished to continue development. In effect, this means that the suite will still continue to be developed, but now by the SeaMonkey Council instead of the Mozilla Foundation. SeaMonkey 1.0 was released on January 30, 2006.
The SeaMonkey Council, which is the team responsible for project and release management, currently consists of Mark Banner, Christian Biesinger, Karsten Düsterloh, Robert Kaiser, Ian Neal, Neil Rashbrook, and Andrew Schultz.
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