September 3rd, 2008, 07:59 PM #1
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Camino Developer Working on Apple Port of Google Chrome
Mike Pinkerton, one of the key developers of Mozilla Camino web browser for Mac OS X, has also joined forces with Google to work on a port of the Google Chrome browser for the Apple platform.
I'm also looking forward to working with and becoming a part of the WebKit community, but more specifically getting jinglepants right back where he belongs. He knows where that is. It's interesting seeing how many people in the Mozilla community also participate in #webkit. I was worried for so long about what I'd say about all this and how it would be perceived and how I'd have to spin it and yadda yadda yadda, but I realized today that it's really just about building great software and being a part of a group of people who want to make the web better, faster, safer, and easier. To move the web forward. It doesn't matter if you're at Google, Apple, Mozilla, or even Microsoft. We're measured by our actions, not our words, so I wanted to make sure I used my experience to help move the needle. I think this new opportunity will allow me to do just that.
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