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|Name||What I could do...|
|Bielefeld, Rainer|| QA, Bugzilla Bug Confirmation, Bug reporting, Bugzilla mentoring, Wiki, |
|Chee, Philipp||developer, SeaMonkey Council|
|Düsterloh, Karsten (Mnyromyr)||MailNews, SeaMonkey Council|
|Gautherie, Serge||Mostly doing simple C++/CSS/JS/XUL/&co patches; testing bugs on Windows. Some bug triage, ...|
|Grahl, Frank-Rainer||Developer, SeaMonkey Council|
|Hatlak, Jens (:InvisibleSmiley)|| |
|Kaiser, Robert||Localization stuff, I'd like to do some UI design review, perhaps some theming work, perhaps some project management stuff (all as needed), SeaMonkey Council|
|Kalla, Adrian||L10n, QA&Testing (Win32&Linux), Windows and Linux build experience incl. unofficial nightly trunk builds for W32, W64 and L64, Python, Java, a bit XUL and JS|
|lemon juice||Developer, add-ons, add-on-converter|
|Mechelynck, Antoine "Tony" (:tonymec)  ||L64 QA & bug reporting; occasional one-liner porting from Firefox & Thunderbird|
|Neil, Ian||Developer, SeaMonkey Council|
|Wein, Frank||Blog, Website, SeaMonkey Council|
|rsx11m||Developer, SeaMonkey Council|
|Wong, Edmund||A bit of C++/XUL/JS/CSS/HTML. [Windows/Linux User], SeaMonkey Council|
|Wood, Justin (Callek)||release engineering , SeaMonkey Council|
Here are localization teams that are not going to stop working on localization of the Mozilla Application Suite. Also note the SeaMonkey:Localization Teams list which has status on all ongoing L10n projects for SeaMonkey.