Updating seamonkey

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The new project-leading group is called the Sea Monkey Council.Compared to Firefox, the Sea Monkey web browser keeps the far more traditional-looking interface of Netscape and the Mozilla Suite.So you have someone, perhaps even me, create a website for you or at least a page on a directory of similar endeavors.But now you want to be able to make simple updates yourself; for example, add a phone number or email address. In a Content Management System (CMS), the text and images for each page (known as the "content") are easily updated by using a web-based word-processor-style interface.However, the Foundation emphasized that it would still provide infrastructure for community members who wished to continue development.In effect, this meant that the suite would still continue to be developed, but now by the Sea Monkey Council instead of the Mozilla Foundation.

If you have the username and password try using the FTP instructions in this manual.If none of these work then contact the hosting company.If you do not know who hosts the site, read the next paragraph.Sea Monkey was first released on September 15, 2005. Core Mozilla project source code was licensed under a disjunctive tri-license (before changing to MPL 2.0) that gave the choice of one of the three following sets of licensing terms: Mozilla Public License, version 1.1 or later, GNU General Public License, version 2.0 or later, GNU Lesser General Public License, version 2.1 or later.The Sea Monkey Council, which is the team responsible for project and release management, currently consists of Philip Chee, Karsten Düsterloh, Jens Hatlak, Robert Kaiser, Ian Neal, Neil Rashbrook and Justin Wood.

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