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Help cleanup

This blog post in German languageState of work: 2016-07-06 07:00 (involved …)

I have started to submit Bugzilla bug reports for every problem I observe in SeaMonkey Help. The plan is to collect bug reports for a while — 15th of May or so. When we have a first overview what kinds of problems will need a fix and how the fixes can be done we/I will try to find volunteers to do the patches (preferably interested developer-volunteers, for example from Openhatch). My own skills to do such fixes are very limited.

Additionally we will have to try to get those changes into the localizations.

Any help is appreciated. For example, for some problems it’s currently unclear how a fix can be done. Please add you comments in the bug reports or — in a pinch — here in the blog.

Meta-bug for this work: Bug 1268037 (meta) Help cleanup 2016


Suraj Ghimire [:ghishadow]Isaac Schemm, :stefanh, and others (and you?)







AMO Browsing for SeaMonkey 0.9.12 is on AMO

This blog post in German languageWe now  are going to get listed the great tool on AMO, review will happen within few days. Can you please contribute additional test results (here as comments) whether AMO Browsing for SeaMonkey 0.9.12 also works with other Operation Systems (Linux, MAC)? Before you type a comment about a bug or possible enhancement you found please read known issues on Github.

Additionally some more feedback concerning compatibility of converted add-ons would be great, please use feedback e-mail-form from Download-Page.


New Style at AMO

Testversion des neuen Styles

So an older version of the style looked during my tests.

This blog post in German languageAs  announced we now have a new Style on AMO. The contrast in the upper blue area now is some better than during my test, and the footer does no longer have blue background with very bad contrast. Real progress or only new to have something new   😉

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9 of 10 most popular Firefox add-ons are vulnerable to attacks

This blog post in German languageIn mozilla.general (Vulnerability discovered in Firefox extensions) user WaltS48 posted a link to this article at, what summarizes results of research by some people at the Northeastern University. Continue reading