obstacles ========= a) License seems to be missing at <https://github.com/lemon-juice/AMO-Browsing-for-SeaMonkey>, see <https://github.com/lemon-juice/AMO-Browsing-for-SeaMonkey/issues/2> but License Statement available in Comment#6
"AMO Browsing for SeaMonkey 0.9.9", what is a fix for "Bug 1145026 - AMO Add-On-Descriptions: Add link function leading to SeaMonkey add-on-converter and filling URL input pane ", seems mature, see <https://wiki.mozilla.org/SeaMonkey/StatusMeetings/2015-11-24#Extensions_and_Plugins_Compatibility_Tracking> So it should be included into the release bundle (like Chatzilla).
NEW due to facts.
@Edmund: What needs to be done to get the add-on into the SeaMonkey bundle?
(In reply to Rainer Bielefeld from comment #2) > @Edmund: > What needs to be done to get the add-on into the SeaMonkey bundle? Basically, need the others' agreement (which I'm assuming this is given), then we just add it to the packaging part.
@lemon_juice: Please add a compatible license agreement to "AMO Browsing for SeaMonkey".
(In reply to Edmund Wong (:ewong) from comment #3) Bundling the add-on was precondition for lemon_juice to start to develop the add-on, see Bug 1145026 comment#13 (concern: "not enogh impact") Bug 1145026 comment#15 (solution: "bundling") But indeed, It would be better to have an explecit license statement
Guys, sorry for not replying to these bugzilla requests and Rainer, I know you contacted me regarding this. I've been very busy recently with other things in life and just couldn't get myself to adding the licence. I'll try to do that soon but please go ahead with this, I've created the extension to be bundled with SM and you have all my permission to use it freely.
AMO reviewers stated security concerns, see Bug 1224520 comment#9