Just last month, I was griping about Apple’s complete lack of transparency. As if to prove me wrong, Dave Hyatt, the main Safari man, has recently revivified his blog with a series of excellent pieces about plowing his way through the Web Standards Project’s Acid2 compliance test. He’s pushing back where parts of the test seem questionable, which is totally appropriate. Then, yesterday, he did a just-the-facts post about Safari 1.3, which you get with OS X 10.3.9. I’ve been happily alternating between Camino and Firefox, but will definitely give Safari another try.