If you need help with a Firefox problem and live in Toronto, send me an email and I can meet you in person at a public place to help solve your Firefox problem. I’ve been wanting to put together some sort of system to allow support community members to schedule in-person sessions with nearby users [...]
This is something I’ve been wanting to write about for a while. In many community driven support venues, I see some bad patterns in the way users are treated. People who may be knowledgeable about Firefox end up giving bad user support, because they’re not being empathetic or approaching support with the intent of helping [...]
Back in 2007, I stopped maintaining my SeaMonkey Help website. Others took over maintaining the site, but it wasn’t long before they stopped maintaining it as well. That wouldn’t be a big deal if it weren’t for one thing: SeaMonkey 2. SeaMonkey 2 was a huge change, making most of the site incorrect. I recently [...]
For some specific bugs, I’ve added myself to the CC list, because I’m interested in knowing when the bug is fixed (and maybe when the target has changed). Problem is: because there has been a lot of discussion in a few of those bugs, I’ve been getting a lot of bugmail that I’m not interested [...]
Are your Thunderbird folders taking up a lot of disk space, even though you only have a few messages? Is Thunderbird slow to open folders? It’s probably because you have not compacted your folders. When you delete a message, it doesn’t really get deleted from the folder. It gets marked as deleted. Thunderbird sees that [...]
In an effort to free some of my time, so I can devote it to Firefox support planning; I’m no longer updating my SeaMonkey Help site. If anyone is interested in taking it over, please contact me. I can keep hosting it, and set up an FTP account for the maintainer. The site uses HTML [...]
Want to help create the SeaMonkey slogan? Robert Kaiser is asking for feedback in mozilla.dev.apps.seamonkey.
While the Calendar extension has been officially discontinued, Howard Chu has been maintaining a private set of patches to keep it working in SeaMonkey. He has uploaded the extension for SeaMonkey 1.x to his website, and notes that these will probably not work in version 1.5 builds.
I haven’t seen anything on Planet Mozilla regarding this… SeaMonkey 1.1.1 has been released. Following the Gecko security update releases a few days ago, the SeaMonkey project issued new security and stability releases today for its all-in-one internet application suite. SeaMonkey 1.1.1 is now available for download, fixing several security vulnerabilities as well as a [...]
In case you haven’t noticed, SeaMonkey 1.1 has been released.