On Mon, 15 Jun 2009 23:07:56 +0300, Eli Wapniarski
> On Monday 15 June 2009 15:09:10 Eelko Berkenpies wrote:
>> On Sun, 31 May 2009 12:48:14 -0400, Ben Boeckel <MathStuf(a)gmail.com>
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>> > Eelko Berkenpies wrote:
>> >> There is being worked on one; http://rekonq.sourceforge.net/
>> >> I don't know if it will be a default browser but it makes an
>> > good
>> >> alternative for Konqueror anyway. :)
>> >> I'm working on getting it properly packaged for Fedora. I got
>> > an older
>> >> package wrapped up here: http://berkenpies.nl/rekonq/
>> > needs work for
>> >> the new version, 0.1.0, and I have to make sure I got
>> > everything covered
>> >> for review). The plan is to get it in to review before the
>> > end of next
>> >> week.
>> > We'll see how it goes. I'm not holding by breath for these
>> > Konqueror replacements. The project making the KPart to get
>> > WebKit integration is the one that, IMO, is Doing It Right
>> > instead of making a new browser from scratch.
>> > - --Ben
>> Alright, I managed to wrap things up (a bit later as expected though).
>> hey, better late then never they say. :)
>> I've packaged rekonq 0.1.0 for F11 and F12/rawhide. It should pretty
>> comply with the Package Guidelines and I'll submit it for review later.
>> Although I'd appreciate it if someone could check it out if they are
>> interested in a small, nifty, KDE4 browser.
>> Fedora 11:
>> Everything (spec / sources / rpms):
> Unfortunately I will not have the time to review. However, I have just
> rebuilt the package of f11 x86_64. For an alpha version it certainly is
> promising, but there are still an awful lot of rough spots.
> The effort is very much appreciated
Thanks for having a look at it. The fact that it looks promising drew my
attention too. As far as I know some of the issues have been polished
already and a new version might be released soon. 0.1.2 is in the current
development GIT repository.
<shameless ad> The review request is now up at
Looking forward to seeing it.
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