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November 30, 2010

New Review Rules For SeaMonkey

We just updated our review rules document on the SeaMonkey website to the new set of rules we decided in our SeaMonkey Developer Meeting in Vienna earlier this year.

The big changes are that we require much less super-review, making the UI-based rule a real ui-review from the owner or a peer of the "UI Design" module (or "project area"), making clearer what the moa (module owner approval) for mailnews actually is there for (safety of user data - we don't want random mailnews patches destroy email of trunk testers), and reducing real sr to explicit request by reviewers or major additions/removal of code.

This new set of rules should fit our day-to-day work better, make reviews for most changes easier, and generally clear up the rules.

The next step will be reworking of our submodules ("project areas") list, with a special view on the "UI Design" module due to its new role, and thinking about potentially extending the group of people allowed to grant sr based on the new rules in SeaMonkey-specific areas (those don't necessarily have to be global Mozilla super-reviewers).

We hope to make SeaMonkey development easier with that, so that we can deliver an even better suite into the hands of hundreds of thousands of users!

Posted by KaiRo at November 30, 2010 7:12 AM

Comments

I cannot believe that the email of Seamonkey is still not fixed. I already worked with my Admin and I know I have the correct setup as it is the same that works with the old Mozilla, IT IS EXACTLY THE SAME, NO CHANGE. With so many messages on the web from people with the same problem, it has to be the code that is not right.
I have changed ports, security options, I hav done everything I can do to make it work. Today I talked to my provider and they gave me the parameters, which are exactly the way I had them, and still doesn't work. Everything points to the code.
If you want Seamonkey to be successful you need to fix this problem.
I also had the problem that after I installed 2.0 all my setup from 1.1.17 did not transfer and I can't get it back because, although I tried to save the old version by installing the new one on a separate location, when I click on the old, the new comes up...GRRRRRR!

Posted by: Manny at January 10, 2011 4:17 PM

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