Glad it is dead, this made me ban Safari as a web browser in an all Mac environment because of how badly it behaved with WYSIWYG. Back then Safari also had a tendency to crash when undoing or just randomly.
Even worse, when you copied formatted strings to external programs.
- It was like a fingerprint.
My first thought is that hopefully they can get rid of the absolutely TERRIBLE performance problems, but then I realized that other khtml browsers are actually fast, so its not the rendering engine at fault.
In other words... who the hell cares? Chrome is going to remain a complete turd.
When Opera switched to WebKit I was bummed (monoculture, Chrome+skin, abandoned Presto, etc) but thinking that at least they got WebKit and this might be a good this in the end felt right. But now... daaam