Camino 0.8 Roadmap Targets March Release
Thursday December 18th, 2003
Mike Pinkerton has published a roadmap outlining the plans for Camino 0.8. The next release of the native Mac OS X browser will be based on Mozilla 1.7 (due out in March) and will focus on stability, polish and infrastructure improvements. People will be able to suggest bugs that they think should be fixed for 0.8 by using a nomination system similar to the one that exists for the Mozilla Application Suite. Camino 0.8 is expected to be the last release that will support Mac OS X 10.1, with all future versions requiring 10.2 (Jaguar) or higher.
#12 Re: progress
Saturday December 20th, 2003 4:20 PM
You are replying to this message
Rightly or not, 10.0 and 10.1 were considered by many people to be incomplete and too slow for regular use. The serious switching seemed to begin with the release of 10.2. I don't personally know anyone still running 10.1, except for our file server at work which uses Mac OS X Server v. 10.1 simply because all it does is share file and run a calendar server so there's no real benefit to be had from upgrading it.