November 18, 2009

Camino 2.0 Released!

I am very proud to announce today's release of Camino 2.0, available for download from our website. This release represents the culmination of over a year of hard work by our developers, testers, and localizers and easily surpasses the high quality bar we have set in past releases.

I want to stress that this is a product of our community, including our users, who provided valuable bug reports and feedback along the way. I am constantly impressed with the community's enthusiasm for the project and the care and thought put into every feature. They should be proud of this product and their contributions to it. I think it says a lot about the community that an open source project can have such high quality and attention to detail. Remember, none of these folks are getting paid. This is solely a labor of love.

I won't spend a lot of time listing features, since you can easily see them on the website, but many of the changes are under the hood. We're using a much more up to date version of Gecko (though not the latest for various reasons), and that will improve web page rendering and compatibility significantly from previous versions. If you find no other reason to upgrade, do it for the new Gecko.

Give it a spin, I'm sure you'll enjoy it!

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