Monthly Archives: December 2007

13 Releases Later…

Although the last announced release on this blog was SeaMonkey 1.0.1, we want to ensure people know that we have had quite a few new releases since then, and hope everyone realizes that we have not forgotten about our users in terms of security. These people are urged to grab our newest release, 1.1.7.
All users of previous SeaMonkey versions, the Netscape suite and the Mozilla suite (which has been completely discontinued) are encouraged to upgrade to this new version of the suite product line, as SeaMonkey 1.1.7 fixes many issues present in older versions, and is available for download from the release page.
Details on the security fixes in this release are available in the mozilla.org vulnerabilities list (SeaMonkey 1.1.7 contains all of the security fixes in Firefox 2.0.0.11). Details on other changes can be found in the release notes. (Also see the “What’s New” for our 1.1 feature release.)
Lucky for us, and our users, they do seem to have noticed these upgrades despite the stagnation in this blog (which is changing). The download count for SeaMonkey has exceeded 2.5 million and its continued usage has surpassed that of the Mozilla Suite!

Up and Running Again

I just wanted to take this time to tell anyone still subscribed to “The Official SeaMonkey Blog” that as of right now it is up and running.
We are making a renewed and strong effort to populate this blog with new content. Be sure to check back here for announcements of releases, including candidate builds and milestones.
And from time to time we would also like to have project progress reports, theme and extension developer news items, security announcements that affect our users, and some demonstrations of new or underused SeaMonkey features.
Thank you, as always, for using SeaMonkey!