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Ed Mullen
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      10-25-2005
Nobody wrote:

> On Mon, 24 Oct 2005 12:52:01 GMT, Leonidas Jones <(E-Mail Removed)>
> wrote:
>
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>>IRC_Monkey wrote:
>>
>>>Can anyone tell me what does it mean when they say that moz suite is no
>>>longer in development, should I be at all worried or concerned ? Does
>>>that mean it will be unsafe to use ? (Ref: Security)
>>>

>>
>>For the time being, the stable 1.7 branch will be maintained with
>>security updates, so no immediate cause for alarm.
>>
>>A number of developers who are in favor of the suite approach have
>>started the Seamonkey project to continue suite development. A 1.0
>>release will probably be available a little while after the 1.5 Firefox
>>and Thunderbird releases.
>>
>>I've been testing the branch nightlies, and it looks very goo, so no
>>cause for alarm.
>>
>>Lee

>
>
>
> As a Moz Suite 1.7.12 user, I say, "Great."
>
> I actually downloaded and tried Firefox y'day, and as a non-techie
> really didn't see any advantage over Moz Suite, though, wow, it did
> accept my preferences and bookmarks in a hurry and flawlessly.


Maybe I could express it this way:

Anything "suite" is really "sweet."

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Leonidas Jones
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      10-25-2005
Ed Mullen wrote:
> Nobody wrote:
>
>> On Mon, 24 Oct 2005 12:52:01 GMT, Leonidas Jones <(E-Mail Removed)>
>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>> IRC_Monkey wrote:
>>>
>>>> Can anyone tell me what does it mean when they say that moz suite is no
>>>> longer in development, should I be at all worried or concerned ? Does
>>>> that mean it will be unsafe to use ? (Ref: Security)
>>>>
>>>
>>> For the time being, the stable 1.7 branch will be maintained with
>>> security updates, so no immediate cause for alarm.
>>>
>>> A number of developers who are in favor of the suite approach have
>>> started the Seamonkey project to continue suite development. A 1.0
>>> release will probably be available a little while after the 1.5
>>> Firefox and Thunderbird releases.
>>>
>>> I've been testing the branch nightlies, and it looks very goo, so no
>>> cause for alarm.
>>>
>>> Lee

>>
>>
>>
>> As a Moz Suite 1.7.12 user, I say, "Great."
>>
>> I actually downloaded and tried Firefox y'day, and as a non-techie
>> really didn't see any advantage over Moz Suite, though, wow, it did
>> accept my preferences and bookmarks in a hurry and flawlessly.

>
> Maybe I could express it this way:
>
> Anything "suite" is really "sweet."
>


I have always preferred the suite approach. RSS in Mail/News is coming,
though not for the first release. After that, we just need to get
extension writers to support SeaMonkey. Many do already, for example.
Mnenhy. I do miss Quick Text, though.

Lee
 
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gwtc
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      10-25-2005
Leonidas Jones wrote:

> Ed Mullen wrote:
>
>> Nobody wrote:
>>
>>> On Mon, 24 Oct 2005 12:52:01 GMT, Leonidas Jones <(E-Mail Removed)>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> IRC_Monkey wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Can anyone tell me what does it mean when they say that moz suite
>>>>> is no
>>>>> longer in development, should I be at all worried or concerned ? Does
>>>>> that mean it will be unsafe to use ? (Ref: Security)
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> For the time being, the stable 1.7 branch will be maintained with
>>>> security updates, so no immediate cause for alarm.
>>>>
>>>> A number of developers who are in favor of the suite approach have
>>>> started the Seamonkey project to continue suite development. A 1.0
>>>> release will probably be available a little while after the 1.5
>>>> Firefox and Thunderbird releases.
>>>>
>>>> I've been testing the branch nightlies, and it looks very goo, so no
>>>> cause for alarm.
>>>>
>>>> Lee
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> As a Moz Suite 1.7.12 user, I say, "Great."
>>>
>>> I actually downloaded and tried Firefox y'day, and as a non-techie
>>> really didn't see any advantage over Moz Suite, though, wow, it did
>>> accept my preferences and bookmarks in a hurry and flawlessly.

>>
>>
>> Maybe I could express it this way:
>>
>> Anything "suite" is really "sweet."
>>

>
> I have always preferred the suite approach. RSS in Mail/News is coming,
> though not for the first release. After that, we just need to get
> extension writers to support SeaMonkey. Many do already, for example.
> Mnenhy. I do miss Quick Text, though.
>
> Lee

and you can add Multizilla to that list. Plus Multiz also has RSS
 
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