In the following some additional release information what currently still are missing at the official SeaMonkey release notes.
Here you find a Google machine translation of the official SeaMonkey Website for approximately 90 languages. The result sometimes isn’t easy to understand, but may be better than nothing – alternatively you can try regional websites.
Here are some queries what might be useful for the decision whether to update to 2.35 or not (without any guarantee of completeness and correctness):
- List of bugs that still existed in 2.33 SeaMonkey, but are fixed in 2.35
- List of possible new, not yet fixed bugs (“regressions”)
A Bugzilla account and also to be logged in to Bugzilla is required to do the queries and to see the list
Please consider that the queries do not contain any bugs that exist (or have been repaired) in Firefox or Thunderbird without having been reported for SeaMonkey separately in Bugzilla. On occasion I will try to find more useful queries.
The queries are dynamic and take into account progress (and setbacks) immediately.
Some new SeaMonkey 2.35 features are listed in the Wiki.