warning: i'm not going to use the shift key in this blog entry. i just can't bring myself to do so; it's just not the day for it. ;)
today we have a meeting on irc about panels (what many people mistakenly refer to as "the taskbar", which is like referring to beavers as "the rodent") for plasma. we'll have both developers and artists there, so hopefully it will go well. i'll blog about the results of that meeting this evening after it's all over.
btw, every time i read a "i logged into kde 4.0 today and now i'm going to go on and on about plasma..." blog or email (i get several a day; think about what that must be doing to my soul) i die a little inside. it's not like they are saying anything i don't know, let alone say anything about the positive things happening (thank-you A. Pakulat and liquidat for bucking that trend =).
so when i read about korganizer on Cornelius' blog or avogadro and kalzium on Marcus' blog it makes me smile and cheer up a bit.
as for webkit vs khtml: it's a moot point because the market will decide. there will be two options and they will be used in proportion to how each aligns itself with the users of kde. for me personally that means having a light weight component that works perfectly on QGraphicsView. i already have that in QtWebKit. you do the math.