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Examples of "seamonkey"
SeaMonkey was first released on September 15, 2005. SeaMonkey 1 was released on January 30, 2006.
SeaMonkey is an open-source, multi-platform, complete Internet suite including a browser, an email client, an IRC chat client and a simple HTML editor. It is available in a number of languages and the SeaMonkey Urdu localization is under progress at CRULP. The localization of the SeaMonkey browser, email client and HTML editor is complete and is available in the form of an Urdu language pack. Translation of SeaMonkey help files is in progress.
On March 10, 2005, the Mozilla Foundation announced that it would not release any official versions of Mozilla Application Suite beyond 1.7.x, since it had now focused on the standalone applications Firefox and Thunderbird. SeaMonkey is now maintained by the SeaMonkey Council, which has trademarked the SeaMonkey name with help from the Mozilla Foundation. The Mozilla Foundation provides project hosting for the SeaMonkey developers.
SeaMonkey was created in 2005 after the Mozilla Foundation decided to focus on standalone projects such as Firefox and Thunderbird. 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 called the "SeaMonkey Council".
SeaMonkey consists of a web browser, which is a descendant of the Netscape family, an e-mail and news client program (SeaMonkey Mail & Newsgroups, which shares code with Mozilla Thunderbird), an HTML editor (SeaMonkey Composer) and an IRC client (ChatZilla). The software suite supports skins. It comes with two skins in the default installation, Modern and Classic.
The SeaMonkey Council has now trademarked the name with help from the Mozilla Foundation. The project uses a separate numbering scheme, with the first release being called SeaMonkey 1.0. Despite having a different name and version number, SeaMonkey 1.0 is based on the same code as Mozilla Suite 1.7.
Firefox Sync was originally an add-on for Mozilla Firefox 3.x and SeaMonkey 2.0, but it has been a built-in feature since Firefox 4.0 and SeaMonkey 2.1.
Compared to Firefox, the SeaMonkey web browser keeps the far more traditional-looking interface of Netscape and the Mozilla Suite. Many Firefox and Thunderbird add-ons can be converted to make them compatible with SeaMonkey if they aren't already.
Showcase is an extension for the Mozilla Firefox, Flock, and SeaMonkey (as a special port named "Seamonkey Showcase") web browsers. Its function is to show all open browsers as thumbnails, and it offers capabilities like search and tab organization.
For trademark and copyright reasons, Debian rebranded SeaMonkey and distributed it as Iceape until 2013.
Only SeaMonkey doesn’t fetch codice_1 files in the web site’s root by default.
The development of Mozilla Mail and Newsgroups has now been continued as SeaMonkey Mail and Newsgroups.
Flashblock is a content-filtering Firefox extension for Mozilla Firefox and SeaMonkey.
Debian's Iceweasel, Icedove, Iceowl, and Iceape are respectively based on Mozilla's Firefox, Thunderbird, Sunbird, and SeaMonkey.
Similarly, Debian renamed Mozilla Thunderbird and SeaMonkey to Icedove and Iceape, respectively.
GNUzilla is the GNU version (a free software rebranding) of the Mozilla Application Suite (whose active successor is SeaMonkey).
The SeaMonkey project releases official builds for Linux, macOS, and Windows. It also releases “unofficial” x86-64 builds for Linux.
R5 binary applications that run successfully under Haiku () include: Opera, Firefox, NetPositive, "Quake II", "Quake III", SeaMonkey, Vision and VLC.
Puppy 2 uses the Mozilla-based SeaMonkey as its Internet suite (primarily a web browser and e-mail client).
Parts of this table are based on the SeaMonkey release notes, the roadmap and the meeting notes.