SeaMonkey Project’s blog has a link in the SeaMonkey project page (thanks for the website update patch, Jens!). Under “Community and Support”, under ” Weblogs” section. “SeaMonkey Project Blog”.
With that update, it’s a positive step towards
global domination keeping the project up to date and letting everyone know what’s going on with the project. There are a lot more steps that we need to make.
- Update codebase
- Infrastructure updating.
- Spreading the joy* that is SeaMonkey.
(I’ve probably missed quite a few, but that’s the list I have right now.)
The question is… How?
General answer: We need more resources : time, money and contributors.
Unfortunately, no one can help us with ‘time’; but that’s life.
So that leaves money and contributors.
Money? You know where to go to donate (http://www.seamonkey-project.org/donate/).
So that leaves the last one. Contributors. This is the one thing that pops up regularly when I talk to fellow developers and on #seamonkey. We just need more contributors, be it for coding, triaging, documentation, infrastructure maintenance, etc.. Please read http://www.seamonkey-project.org/dev/ if you are interested.
Great to see the Blog resurrected. I already mentioned the good news
in the German language
Blog. I have 4 suggestions:
Please add an inviting page where interested users can ask for
If not already done: Add this blog to mozilla planet!
Change the design so that also author’s name becomes visible
in the blog post
Create a page for short introduction of the “Blogger Team”
(Administrator, Editors, …)