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This allows for better integration (Sync, the Location Bar and add-ons), automatic backups and the possibility to restore them, saving favicons with your bookmarks, and the ability to define tags. By default, Sea Monkey initializes Mail News in the background even if you just open the browser.I'm getting a notification bar that reads "Sea Monkey prevented this page from automatically reloading." (or "Sea Monkey prevented this page from automatically redirecting to another page."). This way it can check for new mail and notify you while you can start browsing right away and not be distracted too much by the Mail News window in case there is no new mail.
they cannot be distinguished from release versions and the final beta is equal to the final release.
In the past, our old infrastructure’s CI was manageable; just had to fix up some code. That said, since time is of the essence, I’ve consulted with the rest of the guys and we’re moving to Jenkins, since revamping the old CI code would require some hacking at an already Frankenstein-like code, so the technical debt needs to be paid. So yes, this means any future releases will depend on getting the whole build process encoded into whatever way Jenkins requires. Anyway, I sincerely apologize for the mess; both to every single one of Sea Monkey’s users (both past and present) and to my fellow devs (again, both past and present). In any event, I would like to thank everyone for their support in the past and continual support and infinite patience as this project continues to climb this steep (or as Richie from “Bottom” would say, “f’ing” vertical) hill/mountain. Their participation, contributions and effort have helped us to make this project better.
Just saying that *I* can’t keep up with their changes, which probably speaks volumes of my competencies and delusional thought process.) So what is needed is revamping the whole CI code to make it work. I’m just particularly unhappy that we’re in this situation; but hindsight is always 20/20. Hi all, (didn’t really have any quip to put in the topic.. Most of all, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all those countless past developers who’ve moved on from this project.
We do not know what’s in store for this small project; but we do hope to continue to work on the project.
We, from the Sea Monkey dev team, would like to wish everyone a very Happy New, Healthy, Safe and Prosperous New Year!