Ben Rosser wrote:
I don't recall reading many testimonies from people in these
actually regularly use Konqueror as their primary browser.
If the KDE project did not have a browser, would those who are
shipping any non-native KDE applications be against including an external
If there were no KDE browser at all, we'd have no other choice. But a KDE
browser exists and should be shipped.
But even if there were no KDE browser at all, I'd be looking into Qt
browsers (Qupzilla, Arora, etc.) before considering a GTK+/XUL one like
If a browser existed, but it was a "bad" browser (think,
say, IE6 or worse
when it comes to standards support), would it need to be our default and
*only* browser (in the image) by the same rationale?
If there were no other KDE alternative, we'd ship what is there. But as you
As it happens, Konqueror is neither of these things, which is why I
have a strong opinion on this either way.
thankfully, Konqueror is not THAT
obsolete. Even KHTML supports things IE6
did not support, KWebKitPart is a lot more up to date.