David E. Ross wrote:
Many of us hope that Firefox code will NEVER be in SeaMonkey.  That's
why we use SeaMonkey and not Firefox.

Strongly depends on what code it is. There's a lot of good stuff in Firefox, then there's a number of things we probably don't want in SeaMonkey. We don't go with global "nothing ever" or "everything now" approaches, but with carefully thinking about it on a case-by-case basis.

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