NetRaider Project: Building a Basic Unix Web Browser
Dec 27, 2000, 14:40 (9 Talkback[s])
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[ Thanks to Tom Berger
for this announcement and links. ]
The NetRaider development
team is proud to announce the availability of the second
development version of the NetRaider web browser.
NR is based upon the
embedded version of KDE's konqueror browser, ported by Simon
Hausmann and thus doesn't need any 'environmental' libraries
Our particular itch is that currently available browsers for
Unix are either too large, too unstable, rely on third-party
software or are proprietary. Enter NetRaider: small, fast,
independent and free (we are working on the 'stable' part ;-)).
Though currently tested only on Linux, we have the strong intention
to make it available on as many Unix platforms as possible.
We are looking for developers (C++, Qt), people who are willing
to port NR to platforms other than Linux and people with graphical
You'll find more details, sources and binaries on the NetRaider home page.
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