This blog will be a journal of honest, unmoderated and unfiltered entries from the developers working on the Qt port of WebKit.
Anyone contributing to the project is welcome to write down their thoughts in this journal - from code changes to product management findings and updates. It will be a journal from contributors for contributors, that will give insight in what people are working on, what challenges they face and what cool things they achieve. It will also be an archive of knowledge that we can search in.
At this point I don't have any intention of advertising this journal to a wider audience, i.e. by aggregating it to planet.webkit.org. Let the word spread among contributors where to find it :)
If you'd like to write entries in this journal, please send me a message and I'd be happy to add you to the authors.
P.S.: I have to give credits to Espen who is now working at http://cutehacks.com/ . When he was leading the Windows CE and Symbian ports of Qt he had created such a developer's journal that turned into a great resource, because everyone in the team contributed.