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As some of you may have heard by now, the Safari and WebKit team is
starting to take a richer, more engaged approach to open source. Now
that these plans have been announced at the Apple World Wide
Developer's Conference, I would like to share some of the details.
Here is what we're launching today:
on khtml and kjs. This includes all past history.
* Open source for WebKit, the Objective-C API on top of WebCore which
also includes some of our engine logic and support for Mac OS X
* A new website for open source development at <http://
* A new public bug tracker hosted at opendarwin.
* A new public mailing list, email@hidden, for
list will replace the current webcore-dev (where in any case much of
the traffic is about problems using WebCore, not issues of hacking on
it). You can subscribe here: <http://opendarwin.org/mailman/listinfo/
* A new public IRC channel - #webkit on irc.freenode.net.
And last but not least, we are going to make much more of an effort
to be open in our development and engage with the community. You will
be able to find us on IRC and on the mailing list and we're going to
be a lot more active than we have been. So here is your chance to
jump in and really get involved in WebKit development. You'll be able
to build, test and hack on the full rendering engine, and we'll be
there to help you out.
For more details on all of these changes, visit <http://
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