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Camino 0.7 has finally been released.

Camino (formerly known as Chimera) is an open source browser for Mac OS X based on the standards-compliant Gecko rendering engine (the same engine used by Mozilla, Netscape 7, Phoenix, and Galeon).

This is the first major release of Camino since Apple released the first beta of their own browser, Safari, back in January. Although Apple is rapidly improving Safari, it still has a way to go to match the standards compliance of other Mac OS X browsers, including the open source Camino and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer for Mac. There was some speculation that the Camino developers would abandon the project when Safari came out, but this release proves the project is alive and well, and we couldn’t be happier.

When browser makers compete, everyone wins… especially when they compete on standards compliance.

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