Posted Sep 26, 2006 12:19 UTC (Tue) by KaiRo
In reply to: Seamonkey
Parent article: The return of Iceweasel
SeaMonkey (the "M" is capital in the to-be-registered trademark name) is no fork, it's a different approach. It's the suite idea as we knew it from Netscape Communicator and the Mozilla project, just with the current code.
Surely some people don't like the all-in-one approach of it, and others just love it, like us, who are working on getting that project into the future.
If someone wants to make SeaMonkey a "Firefox fork", most of our SeaMonkey developer community would object. We have, as said, a different, integrated approach and would not be happy with forcing Firefox style upon us.
SeaMonkey is cool, and is a good product, that's true. It even includes a browser as a main application part. It's not Firefox though, and never will be.
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