Re: Need SeaMonkey opinions - [Fwd: [RHSA-2006:0734-01] Critical: seamonkey security update]
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David Eisenstein wrote:
Does anyone have any comments on how you wish the Legacy Project to approach this? I favor SeaMonkey as a Mozilla replacement, as it covers all vulnerabilities in packages that dynamically link to the shared libraries. But perhaps there are other ideas.
I see no reason that it won't work for Fedora given that it works for RHEL. I can probably offer some guidance as there were many hurdles that I had to overcome when building these packages for RHEL, though I probably don't remember them all off the top of my head.
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