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Browsers of Future Past: Seamonkey 2.0 Preview

Article Source Linux Magazine
July 23, 2009, 10:11 pm

The Netscape Suite is gone, but not forgotten. If you miss the days of the browser suite, the Seamonkey Project is keeping the flame alive with Seamonkey, an Internet suite that includes the browser, mail and newsreader client, IRC chat, and HTML editor. Seamonkey Beta 1 was released this week, and includes features from the upcoming Thunderbird 3.0 release and Firefox 3.5.

I started checking out Seamonkey again recently not so much because of the pending 2.0 release, but because I was looking for a quick and dirty HTML editor that runs on Linux so I could whip up a few tables for the openSUSE Conference schedule. As luck would have it, I dropped in on Seamonkey in the runup to the 2.0 beta...

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