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Archives for the Month of June, 2005

Webkit vs. KHTML or Webkit & KHTML?

The dominant reaction to the release of Webkit as open-source was that Apple was finally doing the right thing. Opening up the development of their fork to the original developers of KHTML. The KHTML developers complained about the way Apple was participating, Apple listened and responded.

Apple opens WebKit

Over the last couple of months Apple has been getting a lot of flack from open-source enthusiasts about the way they are handling the development of Safari and WebCore, the HTML rendering engine based on KHTML.

Hell freezes over…

First Microsoft announced a move to PowerPC for their XBox 360. Today Apple announced a move to Intel. I’m a bit conflicted. As a long time Mac user I have become used to the underdog position. I’ve even came to love it. I never was as fanatical as some – I also use a Wintel […]