[webkit-qt] Please review: documentation of the high-level feature support in QtWebKit 2.0

henry.haverinen at nokia.com henry.haverinen at nokia.com
Mon Apr 19 01:57:31 PDT 2010

Hi Kenneth,

Sorry about forgetting frame flattening, I just added it to the wiki. I think it'd be great to document all other relevant mobile features, too.
What features should we cover?

I didn't know about the viewport meta tag work, do you have a Bugzilla/JIRA link?
Has there been a decision to cherry pick that to the 2.0 release branch?


On Apr 19, 2010, at 5:21 AM, ext Kenneth Christiansen wrote:

> Hi Henry,
> Are you going to document our mobile specific features, such as frame
> flattening, viewport meta tag (about to go in) etc? Adam Treat had a
> talk about it at the WebKit committers summit (with a webkit wiki
> page), and I guess they might be interested in the same.
> Cheers,
> Kenneth
> On Fri, Apr 16, 2010 at 5:07 AM,  <henry.haverinen at nokia.com> wrote:
>> Hi eveyone,
>> I've created a draft of a QtWebKit 2.0 high-level overview, with highlights of the release and documentation of support for some important HTML5/CSS3 features.
>> This draft needs serious review and corrections. Please find it here:  http://trac.webkit.org/wiki/QtWebKitTableOfFeatures20, and post your comments on this list.
>> I'll also go this through with our QA teams.
>> I'm also proposing a classification for the level of support with "technology preview", "experimental" and "supported". The idea is that if a feature seems to work for someone but hasn't been tested by QA or otherwise extensively verified, we should use the "technology preview" status. Comments are welcome to this approach, too.
>> Regards,
>> Henry
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