Like last year, I'd love to spend my summer holidays working full-time on qutebrowser again!
This is why I started another crowdfunding - with the goal of finally implementing the new config system. See the Kickstarter campaign for details.
In a nutshell, that means:
- There's a separate (optional) config file, which will never be touched by qutebrowser, and is much better suited for people who prefer editing their config by hand and/or managing it in a VCS like git.
- Many new possibilities for the config, like setting the backend (QtWebKit/QtWebEngine), or other things which need to be available early (like disabling canvas reading).
- Much more powerful configuration (in Python).
- Many other configuration bugs and quirks which will be fixed along the way.
Like last year, you can get qutebrowser stickers and t-shirts by contributing to the crowdfunding. Also, expect to see regular updates on this blog again!
- qutebrowser v0.10.0 released
- Wrapping up and looking at the future
- Days 39/40/41: Lots of features!
- Days 37/38: Hints in master, tests
- Day 36: Hints!
- Days 33-35: Mouse functionality, and rewriting hints
- Days 31/32: More web elements
- Days 29/30: Web elements
- Days 27/28: Settings and web inspector
- Day 24-26: Refactoring the WebElement API
- Day 21-23: After Europython and releases
- Day 19/20: Bugs everywhere!
- qutebrowser v0.8.0 released
- Day 17: Printing and searching
- Sending out qutebrowser and pytest stickers
- Day 15/16: Merged!
- Day 13/14: Almost merged!
- Day 12: Tests running!
- Day 10/11: Refactoring!
- Day 9: A bit of everything
- Day 8: More fixing and pytest sprint/training
- Day 7: Fixing things
- Day 6: Branching off
- qutebrowser v0.7.0 released
- Day 4: Playing whack-a-mole
- Day 3: Last pull requests and managing requirement files
- Day 2: More pull requests and nicer test output
- Day 1: Merging pull requests, and a stupid bug
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