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The end of an era ∞
by Samuel Sidler - May 30, 2013
Today we updated Camino’s website to note that the browser is no longer under development and has thus reached the end of its life. We’re encouraging all of our users to switch to Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
Of course, anyone observing Camino will note that it’s not a surprising change given we last released an update in March 2012. Our previous attempts to breathe life into the project and switch to Webkit didn’t succeed.
It was back in February 2005 that I first started helping the Camino project, first setting up a domain, then working to get their new website published. Camino got me involved in the Mozilla community, which eventually got me my job at Mozilla.
It’s sad to think this browser that gave me so much is finally being laid to rest. But here we are, more than a decade after it was first created, saying goodbye.
Goodbye old friend, rest in digital peace.
Camino.org...Camino reaches its end
Camino is an open source web browser developed with a focus on providing the best possible experience for Mac OS X users
Built from the ground up exclusively for Mac OS X, Camino is designed to make your browsing experience better. With features like annoyance blocking, tab overview, and phishing and malware detection, Camino keeps you browsing safer and faster on the Web.
Built on top of the Mozilla Gecko 1.9 rendering engine, Camino includes support for the most popular web standards in use on today’s websites.
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