I know Firefox was rebranded IceWeasel because of the problems with the
Mozilla trademark for Firefox, but as far as I know there is no such
trademark for SeaMonkey and if there is, it's not owned by Mozilla, it's
owned by the SeaMonkey project. Why, then, is it rebranded to IceApe?
Can't Debian just distribute it as SeaMonkey? Distributing it as IceApe
makes it tricky to figure out how extension compatibility works between
SeaMonkey and IceApe, and it's hard to support IceApe considering you
could probably count the number of IceApe users on the fingers of one hand.
Jeremy Morton (Jez)