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Kenneth Rohde Christiansen is now a WebKit reviewer!

November 11th, 2009

Kenneth has been participating in WebKit development since late 2008, when he started the initial EFL port. Since early 2009 he has contributed a great deal on all fronts of the Qt port, including WebCore integration and API. He has also played an important role in making sure the GTK+ and Qt ports work together…

Drupal wins best open source PHP CMS for second year in a row

November 10th, 2009

Drupal has won best open source PHP Content Management System for the second year in a row in the Packt Publishing 2009 Open Source CMS Awards. Drupal won by popular vote and a critical selection by a panel of judges. This award reflects the strong support of the Drupal community and our focus on quality…

Key fixes and a focus on stability

November 5th, 2009

Time for another snapshot and also time for another team member to announce it! Since I’m involved in UNIX/Linux testing it seems appropriate that I should be the one to announce a snapshot with some nice UNIX fixes. Firstly it seems we got around the Qt 4.5.3+ 100% CPU issue. Also a fix for freezes…

France 24 migrates to Drupal 6, codebase to be open-sourced

November 5th, 2009

France 24 is a public 24/7 international news channel broadcast in three languages: French, English and Arabic. Its mission is to cover international current events from a French perspective and to convey French values throughout the world. The channel provides keys to understanding complex events through in-depth analysis. France 24 also puts culture at the…

Web Inspector Updates

November 4th, 2009

A number of exciting new features have been added to the Web Inspector since our last update. Today we would like to highlight some of those features! This post is also available in Japanese (日本語), thanks to Keishi Hattori (服部慶士). If you would like to play with most of these features you will need to…

Participating at W3C’s TPAC 2009

November 3rd, 2009

This week the W3C holds its annual Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee meeting (TPAC 2009). There will be about a dozen people from the IE team participating and this is a valuable opportunity to continue working together with other W3C members on the next generation of web standards. High quality specifications that improve interoperability between…

We want Unite applications, you want stuff (right?)

November 2nd, 2009

This is a teaser for a Unite Apps competition we have recently started. Prizes will be awarded each week to the developer with the best application. The winner will be determined by a team of Opera employees. Up for grabs are gift certificates to online retailers equal the value of a Nintendo Wii or a…

Bookmark sync and more speed in the latest beta release

November 2nd, 2009

Fresh from a Halloween weekend, we’re excited to introduce a brand new beta for Google Chrome, which includes a few new treats and cool tricks for our users. For those of you who use several computers — for example, a laptop at work and a desktop at home — you’ve asked for a way to…