Re: Moving Mozilla to Seamonkey
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Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
I think it might be a good idea to evaluate a change of Firefox/Thunderbird/Mozilla to the latest tree set. This would mean changing Mozilla to Seamonkey, and moving Firefox/Thunderbird to 1.5.x series. I know this is a big change, but is the time to backport fixes worth the headache in time of bug open in this case?
In general, IMO, Fedora Legacy errata policy should be to bump up to the newer upstream version on ancillary packages and backport fixes to only libraries or software that have other visible major dependencies and externally defined interfaces which are known to be used by third parties. If there isnt any opposition to this, I will add this piece of info to the wiki pages and FAQ on legacy.
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