[webkit-dev] Desperate for webkit help

David Kilzer ddkilzer at webkit.org
Sat Apr 12 11:44:18 PDT 2008

Scott Thompson <easco at mac.com> wrote:

> On Apr 11, 2008, at 7:37 PM, David Kilzer wrote:
> > The best thing you could do is to file a bug on
> > and attach source for a project that reproduces the issue, along  
> > with details
> > steps to reproduce the issue.  If you don't have an Apple Developer  
> > Connection
> > (ADC) membership, sign up for a free "online" membership using
> > <https://connect.apple.com/>.
> The third thing you COUDLD do is purchase a DTS incident from ADC and  
> see if you can engage someone at Apple to help you track down and fix  
> your bug.  It will cost you money, but if it helps you fix the bug  
> quickly, it can pay for itself.

Good point, Scott!  The ADC Select Membership includes 2 technical support
incidents while the ADC Premiere Membership includes 8 technical incidents. 
More details here (click on the first FAQ item to disclose the text):


WebKit (as part of Mac OS X) or any lower-level frameworks would definitely be
covered.  It would be a good idea to still file a bug report as well as being
able to provide (reduced) source that reproduces the issue.  That will
definitely help get the issue resolved quicker.


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