I only have one single Apple product, my 2015 Macbook Pro Retina, a beast of a machine, the best laptop I’ve ever had (also the most crazily expensive one!) and I truly love it, but this is not the point of this post. Continue reading
Many blogs talked about that in the latest 2 days, while a was taking a break, but I can’t stop myself for writing a headline about this news from ars technica.
I hope that this unification idea will go on and complete successfully, it should happen for many other projects, I also hope that this will be taken as an example of the right direction for companies that want to work with open projects (ok Apple is not a saint…)
Safari is going to be released on Windows, someone is wondering why Apple maybe isn’t going to release it also for Linux… thinking about the history of webkit/KHTML but… I prefer no Safari at all on Linux, the best thing is that the webkit engine keep been developed from both Apple and the KDE community together. KHTML will be better and one day will have a GTK/webkit broser for the GNOME friends.
Safari could be something like netscape, which is firefox+some things I really don’t care about.