Igalian since 2015.
Michael is interested in improving privacy and security on the web. In his free time, he contributes to GNOME and Fedora Workstation, and has many adventures.
I’m excited to announce that Epiphany Tech Preview has reached version 3.33.3-33, as computed by git describe. That is 33 commits after 3.33.3: I’m aContinue reading >
My previous blog post seems to have resolved most concerns about my requests for Ubuntu stable release updates, but I again received rather a lot of cContinue reading >
I’m very pleased to (belatedly) announce the release of Epiphany 3.32 and WebKitGTK 2.24. This Epiphany release contains far more changes than usual,Continue reading >
Jan-Michael has recently changed Epiphany Technology Preview to use a separate app ID. Instead of org.gnome.Epiphany, it will now be org.gnome.EpiphanContinue reading >
WebKit currently has four network backends: CoreFoundation (used by macOS and iOS, and thus Safari) CFNet (used by iTunes on Windows… I think only iTContinue reading >
If you’re using Fedora and discovered that WebKitGTK+ is displaying blank pages, the cause is a bad mesa update, mesa-18.2.3-1.fc29. This in turn wasContinue reading >
Last month, I attended the Web Engines Hackfest (hosted by Igalia in A Coruña, Spain) and also the WebKit Contributors Meeting (hosted by Apple in SanContinue reading >
When building WebKitGTK+, it’s a good idea to stick to the default values for the build options. If you’re building some sort of embedded system and rContinue reading >