Home > macOS > Interview with Camino project head Mike Pinkerton Interview with Camino project head Mike Pinkerton Eugenia Loli 2004-09-23 macOS 16 Comments ArsTechnica interviews the leader behind the OSX Camino browser project, while O’Reilly has an article about the OSX utility browsers you never knew about. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 16 Comments 2004-09-23 7:58 pm Anonymous go to the oreilly link with firefox 1.0pr and all i see is: “Browsers that Aren’t Browsers by Giles Turnbull 09/07/2004 If you’re one of those people who can remember the early days of the Web back in the mid-1990s, you probably have fond memories of how browsing used to be.” the rest of the page is blank. tried reloading repeatedly. same page in ie loads fine. and oreilly is so into open source stuff too. very odd. 2004-09-23 8:01 pm Anonymous well it seems to work for me Firefoox 1.0pr running on windows xp 2004-09-23 8:19 pm Anonymous Works in Ubuntu Linux with Firefox 1.0PR also. 2004-09-23 8:31 pm Anonymous Using Safari I read the article with no problems. 2004-09-23 9:25 pm Anonymous I mainly use Safari but I also use Camino for pages it can’t handle, Camino does have the edge on compaibility. I’m glad they’ve kept it going, it’s a good browser and keeps Apple on thier toes. 2004-09-23 10:11 pm Anonymous Webstractor is fantastic. Just tried it. As a browser, it is not the fastest (it’s not really slow either), but it is extremely practical to assemble documentation from various sources, and for a lot of other purposes too. 2004-09-23 10:46 pm Anonymous Internet explorer 4.0 could do that back in 96 or 97. And it was on by default. And now it’s not on by default cause it was annoying and (mostly) useless. So no, it’s not new at all unlike what the article claims. Funny that it claims it’s new after the start of the article about how the web was back in the 90’s. 2004-09-23 10:51 pm Anonymous The O’Reilly page loads fine for me with FireFox 1.0PR on OS X. 2004-09-23 11:11 pm Anonymous Works just fine in Opera 7.53 and Netscape 6.2 under XP Pro. Have you tried rebooting your computer or a logout/login? 2004-09-24 1:10 am Anonymous Camino is the only web browser I ever use. I’m glad to see it getting some publicity. It’s just a pity they are pity they’re dropping 10.1 support now. btw, that O’Reilly page works fine in Camino. 2004-09-24 1:28 am Anonymous im seeing more odd behavior out of 1.0pr than out of 0.9.3. please excuse the off topic interruptions. 2004-09-24 1:55 am Anonymous Wish there was a good network neighborhood utility out there. My Network app has disappeared and ti never really worked that well anyway. 2004-09-24 6:30 am Anonymous >It’s just a pity they are pity they’re dropping 10.1 support now Apple is responsible for that – They made so many changes and fixed so many bugs in 10.2 that supporting some stuff on 10.1 is impossible. For those interested in Camino, the Camino localization team seeks translators to add new languages to Camino. The project is located at http://Caminol10n.mozdev.org Ludovic 2004-09-24 11:08 am Anonymous BeOS had embedded apps on the desktop since the 90’s. BeOS was so much more advanced than anyone realized..or still realize. 2004-09-24 12:47 pm Anonymous Could you elaborate on what they fixed/changed which makes supporting this old version impossible? I’m interested in the details. thanks -mike 2004-09-24 8:40 pm Anonymous <blockquote>Could you elaborate on what they fixed/changed which makes supporting this old version impossible? I’m interested in the details. </blockquote> Nothing yet. But the Keychain API has completely changed in 10.2 for instance. We are going to rewrite that part for 0.9 and this will brek compatibility. Take a look at the code we have some comments on 10.1 support. Can’t find them using xlr for instance. They are a few other stuff .