Invited by an email from Philip Chee (SeaMonkey) and Laura Brown (DMOZ) I did some research here, results you find below in a copy from that DMOZ page.
(All requested modifications already done, thanks to thatgrrl )
Copy from DMOZ page:
- The SeaMonkey Project – Official project website with information and downloads. Latest update: March 2016.
- Blogzilla – A weblog covering news, tips and hacks.
- edafe Mozilla – Help and information about how to perform common functions in Mozilla.
- Gemal.dk – Mozilla – Provides some links to articles about Mozilla and information about building and testing Mozilla.
- Gunnar’s Mozilla Help Site – Offers help for and information on Mozilla with a FAQ section as well as image-heavy How-To’s about installing and configuring Mozilla browsers.
- Hidden Mozilla Prefs – Description of some hidden prefs to customize Mozilla, also has information on customizations to the UI and content display.
- Keyboard Help for Mozilla – List of keyboard shortcuts.
- MozBackup – A freeware Windows utility for backing up Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey Suite user data.
- mozdev.org – Center for development projects based on the open source Mozilla project.
- Mozilla Icon Packs – A collection of icons packs for Firefox and Mozilla browsers.
- Mozilla Preferences list – A list of Mozilla User Preferences.
- Mozilla.org: Bugzilla – The Mozilla bug database. Search for reported bugs, and report new ones for the Mozilla browser suite and its associated components.
- MozTips – Tips and Tricks for Mozilla.
- SeaMonkey – MozillaWiki – Documentation wiki for the SeaMonkey Project development.
Contents of this page I will forward to DMOZ so that an “Edit All” can do the necessary modifications.
We need your help!
It would be great if some more volunteers from the SeaMonkey project or community would check some more contents and do some feedback to DMOZ using the “attention-signs” on DMOZ pages. Please leave a short comment here concerning any DMOZ feedback so that we can keep overview.