Re: What is still to hope
Lewis G Rosenthal <lgrosenthal <at> 2rosenthals.com>
2009-08-14 20:43:35 GMT
On 08/14/09 03:58 pm, Paul Hartman thus wrote :
> On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 2:29 PM, Trel<ng <at> krahs-emag.com> wrote:
>> Damn, I really don't want to see this die :(
>> It was one of my main reasons for sticking with SeaMonkey
> Me too. There was talk some years ago about MZ for Firefox (I think
> donators were to be given early access to the FF version in that
> plan?) and then when SM2 came on the scene it was going to make the FF
> implementation easier since SM and FF would be on the same level when
> it came to add-ons. But it seems real life gets in the way, as usually
> happens on small projects (or small/one-man teams).
Indeed. Stuff happens, and often, we are forced to re-prioritize demands
on our time.
> MZ is the main reason I'm still using Seamonkey instead of Firefox. I
> don't use SM for mail or nows, just for browsing. Firefox renders
> better and faster (though SM starts up faster), and the real advantage
> to FF is the number of add-ons. Right now I am still of the opinion
> that MultiZilla on Seamonkey is better than every add-on in Firefox...
> but it's getting close, and as SM 1.x reaches end of life it's going
> to be more difficult to hang on as newer, better, cooler things are
> happening in SM2/Firefox land.