Stoppers>How did what I wrote (quote) "For me personally I don't care if ROL had or hadn't the right to the market" become what you wrote "you don't care about ROL's rights"?
I meant I have no axe to grind regarding ROL's rights, if their rights can be publically verified I'd accept them. Rather than the interpretation you seem to be taking of my words (which seem to suggest I'd ignore their rights which is not the same thing).
I note also you seem to be saying that I condone cheating - I think you better re-read what I wrote. But I'll clarify it for you, just in case, I viewed the RO5.xx/Iyonix as a better bet - it was first and more technically complete than the RO4.xx/MD Omega. It was a technical choice. I had no reason then and have no reason now to believe that either ROL or Castle had somehow "cheated". If MD Omega and RO4.xx had been completed first and had hit all it's bullet point features I'd have made a different choice it, however, didn't and the rest is history.
Google to fund another round of NetSurf development Development work on the open source NetSurf web browser project will once again be funded by Google as part of the internet giant's Summer of Code scheme. NetSurf has been accepted into this year's GSoC, which pays students to develop open source software during their holiday, under the guidance of a mentor. Last year the NetSurf project mentored four students in the development of various improvements including a new HTML parser and PDF export functionality. This year it's hoped budding engineers, who must first successfully apply for a place to work on the browser, will work on keyboard shortcut support, improvements to the way the software displays web pages, a Windows and Apple port and more. 16 comments, latest by martin on 27/3/09 9:26PM. Published: 22 Mar 2009