SeaMonkey 1.0.1 Released

We’re pleased to announce our first security/stability release, SeaMonkey 1.0.1, available for download here.
All users of previous SeaMonkey versions, the Netscape suite and the Mozilla suite (which will be completely discontinued following a final security release next week) are encouraged to upgrade to this new version of the suite product line, as SeaMonkey 1.0.1 fixes many issues present in older versions.
Details on the security fixes in this release will soon be available here (SeaMonkey 1.0.1 contains all of the security fixes in Firefox 1.5.0.2). Details on other changes can be found in the release notes.
For the first time, we support Intel Macs as well as PowerPC, though we are currently unable to test on Intel Macs.

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10 Responses to SeaMonkey 1.0.1 Released

  1. Taran says:

    Cool. Now the trick still remains finding where everyone is hiding the Seamonkey extensions! πŸ™‚

  2. Taran says:

    What’s strange is that SeaMonkey only told me yesterday about the available upgrade… a week late. Strange…

  3. teh says:

    will there be a seamonkey 1.0.2 following 1.8.0.3?

  4. Joe says:

    Thanks!!!

  5. VS says:

    Please, could you
    1) update this weblog at least whena new version has been released (i.e. SM 1.0.2, upcoming 1.0.3, etc.)
    2) switch the Aom feed to version 1.0 (like Sunbird weblog does) to allow its addition to Google web clips service.
    Thanks you very much for considering my suggestions.

  6. Polar says:

    WTB blog update.

  7. Johhny says:

    I thought that 1.0.4 is the latest production version? (8/2006)

  8. VS says:

    If somebody from the team still reads this: Could you at least announce the new versions here, please? Thank you in advance.

  9. VS says:

    Excude me, but why there is now announcement about Seamonkey 1.0.2, 1.0.3, 1.0.4 and todays’s 1.0.5 here? Has this weblog been obsoleted?
    Thanks,
    VS

  10. Eduardo-RJ says:

    Update is necessary

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