Happy New Year!

We, from the SeaMonkey dev team, would like to wish everyone a very Happy New, Healthy, Safe and Prosperous New Year!

We do not know what’s in store for this small project; but we do hope to continue to work on the project.   It’s not going to be easy and it certainly isn’t going to be an overnight turnaround.   We wholeheartedly appreciate everyone’s patience, and we also like to appreciate the past support for those who’ve changed to a different browser.

Most of all, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all those countless past developers who’ve moved on from this project.  Their participation, contributions and effort have helped us to make this project better.  We certainly miss their participations; but wish them the best of luck whatever they choose to do.


on behalf of the SeaMonkey Project.


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I'm a SeaMonkey dev/RelEnger and a bit of a buildbot dev.
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12 Responses to Happy New Year!

  1. MH says:

    Hi ewong,

    Thank you for your effort.
    I would like to wish whole SM team Happy New Year!

    Just question: Is there some 2.57 version release plan?

    Best reg.

  2. Jeff says:

    I have been a long time user of Seamonkey browser and email and really like it. Is there going to be any new releases in 2019? I keep having trouble with “This Connection is Untrusted” errors on major websites. So would like to have an update so I can continue to use seamonkey

  3. frg says:

    we are doing what we can but the new infrastructure is not ready yet.

    You can pick an unoffical 2.49.5 build from:

    This connection is untrusted is usually caused by a missing certificate and/or your Antivirus software. I suggest you ask in one of the support groups.

  4. CVL says:

    Bonne et heureuse année à toutes et tous.
    Je souhaite longue vie à Seamonkey en espérant que ce logiciel génial puisse continuer longtemps.

  5. Al says:

    I like to wish You, Frank-Rainer and the whole team a Happy 2019 and thank you so much for keeping the Seamonkey project alive and keep going. I know it is so much of an effort but worth it and so much appreciated. I been a user of the browsersuite since first day and it is still the best.

  6. LuvKomputrs says:

    Happy New Year to ALL the developers of Sea Monkey!
    May the browser live on for many more years to come! 😉

  7. kbs1 says:

    Happy new year! 🙂 I hope new SM version can be released this year as it is increasingly more challenging to browse in 2.49.4, but I love this browser, hoping to get an updated core soon! 😉

  8. Bob Hayden says:

    I use Seamonkey for two reasons: it includes an HTML editor that is easy to use, and it supports older enhancements such as Down Them All. Firefox was supposed to be a light version but I just see features missing with no performance improvement.

  9. Pietro says:

    Non fate fallire il progetto SM in quanto lo ritengo il migliore.
    Mi trovo a mio aggio con SM sia a casa che al lavoro.
    Forza ragazzi.

  10. Christopher Briggs says:

    I used SeaMonkey as my default for years – at least since 2011. I much prefer it (even now), but regrettably I’ve had to install and let Firefox and Thunderbird become my standard. There is an issue with Facebook. When I try to write my status in SeaMonkey, the text field I am about to type in disappears, and won’t return unless I refresh the page – and that’s no good either, because as soon as I type anything in the box, it disappears again. Indeed, even if I refresh the page, and write nothing, I can see the text field loading something else (the icons underneath), and once they appear…. the text field disappears again.

  11. Andreas D. says:

    From netscape to the Mozilla suite to the current seamonkey, it was a long way off.
    I hope this way does not end soon.
    Unfortunately there are more problems and I hope for a soon new version.
    For some pages I have to use the Firefox.

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