Invited by an email from Philip Chee (SeaMonkey) and Laura Brown (DMOZ) I did some research at Top: Computers: Software: Internet: Clients: SeaMonkey: Ports, results you find below in a copy from that DMOZ page.
(Work In Progress, experts’ input required! Last edit 2016-04-28 20:30:37 )
Copy from DMOZ page:
- BeZilla – Port for the BeOS, state of work 2008, only of historic interest
- GTK+ – Port to the GTK+ widget set (for *nix). This is now the official *nix version of Mozilla.
- mozAmiga – Port to the Amiga Digital Environment (AmigaDE).
- Mozilla for IRIX – Port to the SGI OS IRIX.
Last major release was IRIX 6.5 in 1998, long before the SeaMonkey project started. Latest News on that page are from 2003! I doubt that there might be any interest for that contents, at leat it has nothing to do with SeaMonkey. Please drop from SeaMonkey area!
- Mozillux – A project whose objective is to improve the integration of the products from Mozilla.org in the most popular Linux desktops, mainly KDE.
- QtMozilla – Port using the Qt widget set (for *nix)
- Warpzilla – Port to OS/2 Warp
- General: All in this DMOZ Section is about Mozilla, what is something completely different to SeaMonkey. Mozilla is an organization delivering software in several projects, very most efforts they are doing for Firefox.
SeaMonkey is an independent projects with roots in in mozilla.org and still getting some support of of mozilla. But most of the listed projects are historic things, I think their activity ended even before mozilla discontinued work on the internet Suite, SeaMonkey seceded from Mozilla and became an independent project. An appropriate place for all this might be something like “Historic Projects, related to the discontinued Mozilla Internet Suite”, but not “… SeaMonkey …”
- Quality of listed Websites: DMOZ Editor Resources include some guidelines which should grant a minimum quality of the Websites listed on DMOZ. Admission criteria are “completeness”, “currentness” and others. A loveless sourceforge.net entry from 2013 like for mozillux is neither complete (… promote Mozilla softwares … ? what the heck are they talking about? “Socorro“? “Firefox”? ..) or a 2 lines article in the Mozilla Wiki are not in accordance with those criteria.