SeaMonkey’s infrastructure has officially been decommissioned.

May the memory of all these years of building SeaMonkey on these systems remain in the annals of SeaMonkey’s history and in all of the current and past contributors who had the fortune of administrating them (and fighting against their impulsive bustages).  An era has ended.

(Lights a candle for each of the following systems: )

  • sea-hp-linux64-{2,13}
  • sea-vm-linux32-{2,7}
  • sea-mini-osx64-{1,4}
  • sea-vm-win32-{1,4}
  • sea-win32-{01,04}
  • sea-master1
  • sea-puppet
  • the Windows loaner

A new era has begin.

Thank you for all the contributors and users who’ve supported this project and continue to do so despite the changes and the delays in releases.  We appreciate your continual support and patience as we get the new infrastructure up to par.


SeaMonkey Release Engineer

About ewong

I'm a SeaMonkey dev/RelEnger and a bit of a buildbot dev.
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4 Responses to SCL3 IS DEAD! LONG LIVE SCL3!

  1. zed says:

    respect -_-\
    i live long to see netscape, mozilla and seamonkey history and hope to stay until end…..
    can you give us any roadmap to what way seamonkey will go?

  2. Bob says:

    @zed : I would appreciate any kind of update too. Thanks.

  3. anonymoususer says:

    Should we keep on using SeaMonkey? Or will it be stopped being developed?

  4. Wilko says:

    It’s a real pity… I do not see an alternative with the same functionality. Like zed, my question is what the plans are. For how long will there be a secure version?

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