Linked by imtiaz on Fri 8th Apr 2011 21:40 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones Mozilla announced on Monday that it will reabsorb Mozilla Messaging and integrate it into Mozilla Labs, a team within Mozilla that incubates experimental projects.
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by Geekboula on Mon 11th Apr 2011 00:19 UTC
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Seamonkey remains an extraordinary alternative. Which unfortunately did not get the attention of web sites that write about free software. Since I discovered SeaMonkey, I have an excellent browser fast enough but in addition several development tools and an integrated email manager. What do you want more!

Go to Seamonkey and you will not be over I assure you ...
Firefox has become very heavy and sometimes lack of stability.

My OS on which is installed Seamonkey: PC-BSD 8.2 - Sabayon 5.5 gnome - MintDebian that I use on my Laptop and my Desktop Netbook

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RE: Seamonkey
by pepa on Mon 11th Apr 2011 00:47 in reply to "Seamonkey "
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Isn't Seamonkey all glued together Mozilla products?

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RE[2]: Seamonkey
by Geekboula on Mon 11th Apr 2011 01:59 in reply to "RE: Seamonkey "
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Yes indeed, Seamonkey is an open source project that does not tip in the mad rush of the fastest browser, the most beautiful, most of this, most of it and and and. ..

If a user searches for a set of tools very stable and easy to configure and use.

The choice is simple. That's Seamonkey

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