This page provides an overview of what work will be done on future releases of SeaMonkey.
For SeaMonkey 2.2
For SeaMonkey 2.1
See also SeaMonkey:Features:2.1 for items we've completed.
- Use Places for bookmarks
- Support Personas (lightweight themes)
- Support OpenSearch
- Support customizable toolbars in more windows
- Use a bar instead of a modal dialog for Find
- Support Sync
- Improve Windows 7 integration
- Support plugin crash protection
For SeaMonkey 2.0
See also SeaMonkey:New for 2.0 for items we've completed.
Note: Not all of these bugs necessarily made it into SeaMonkey 2.0.
- Enable calendar (Bug 182076)
- Port to toolkit (Bug 255807)
- Extension Manager (Bug 272429)
- Unattended install for corporate deployment (bug 268740)
- SPNEGO support (Bug 246861)
- Use 7-zip compression for builds (Bug 154965)
- Allow to easily migrate from/to Firefox/Thunderbird (Bug 63389)
- Port Thunderbird RSS/Atom reader to SeaMonkey (Bug 255834])
- Port Live Bookmarks to SeaMonkey (Bug 240393)
- Enable XForms (Bug 305395 )
- Improve the default theme (e.g. perhaps make Modern the default theme, see Bug 218329)
- Backout bug Bug 281402(or part of it) to re-enable Xprint under GTK2+ builds
- biesi: can't xprint still be enabled? should be as simple as --enable-xprint, right?
- ajschult: Yes. The biggest issue there is that Red Hat / Fedora no longer install libXp.so by default (bug 284444). It'd need to be dynamically loaded.
- Improve CSS rules for Message Grouping. Something like Bug 263255
- Disable IM button or add IM capability (Bug 214223 and Bug 218714)