That is interesting, but a more important question in my opinion is whether Dolphin is truly "open source". It might be open source in some technical or legal way, but I am not sure it really operates in "the spirit of open source". In a true open source community, they may be a group of programmers working on the core code, but the community contributes to the code and improvement of the software. That doesn't happen here - there are common sense fixes that everyone needs see more that this community fixed in D7.0 but were never put in the code, so we have to do it ourselves each and every time - a huge waste of effort. May critical core functions are now in paid mods - Antons Page Control and Ultimate Alerts come to mind, but there are others. This has been becoming less and less of an open source community, and more and more of a commercial one.
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