January 14, 2003
Apple Goes On Open-Source "Safari"

Apple has released a new browser for Mac OS X called “Safari” that’s based on open-source technology from the KDE project, namely its KHTML rendering engine. The result is a browser that supposedly outperforms all other OS X alternatives, though its compliance with W3C standards is reportedly somewhat lagging. Congratulations to Apple for further supporting the open-source movement, and here’s hoping they get those CSS bugs fixed!

Posted by Jason Lefkowitz at January 14, 2003
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