Mozilla’s Road To Camino 2.0 For Mac Users Is Complete
November 18, 2009 at 17:46 PM EST
Regular readers will know that my browser of choice has long been Camino . It's that other browser built under the brand of Firefox-makers Mozilla, that runs on the Mac platform and is entirely open-source. I love it because it's much lighter and faster than Firefox is, while being extremely compatible with just about all sites on the web. And today, version 2.0 has just launched. Version 2 has been beta testing for several months now, and a release candidate was unveiled a couple weeks ago. For a while, there was some concern that its release would get pushed indefinitely since the lead on it, Mike Pinkerton , also happens to be the guy helping Google build Chrome for Mac. But, " Mike is still involved in overseeing changes that land, planning features, and overall guidance for the project. While his day job may be Chromium, he continues to lead the Camino Project in his spare time ," Samuel Sidler, Camino's team coordinator tells us.