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28 <h1>SeaMonkey Vision: Stability</h1>
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32   <li>Keep the SeaMonkey user experience <span class="hilite">stable and
33     mature</span>
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35       <li>The SeaMonkey user interface should be <span class="hilite">kept
36         familiar</span> to former users of the integrated Internet suite.</li>
37       <li>Apply <span class="hilite">"constructive conservatism"</span> to the
38         user experience - don't revolutionize and don't deny change but evolve
39         it in a controlled way.</li>
40       <li>SeaMonkey should be <span class="hilite">practical and simple
41         enough</span> for beginners as well as able to adapt/adjust for more
42         experienced users.</li>
43       <li>"Stable" SeaMonkey releases should be tested well enough by the
44         community that we can trust they <span class="hilite">feel
45         mature</span> enough for production use.</li>
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