Sometimes pretty cool things happen and yet almost nobody knows about them.
One of the coolest things I came to learn recently is the development of extension support in rekonq.
Kudos to Nikhil for his awesome work!
In related news, from what I’ve read rekonq 0.5 is shaping up nicely. According to the roadmap all targeted features are done which hopefully means that the release target in June is hit.
Rekonq will (at least if nothing unexpected happens) also become the default browser of Kubuntu 10.10. It’s already default in nice Arch-based distro Chakra.
Now only Fedora 14 KDE and openSUSE 12.0 need to follow. 😀