The annual WebKitGTK+ hackfest is currently underway in A Coruña, Spain. Going into its fifth year, 2013’s event is the biggest so far, including an unprecedented 30 participants.
The four day event is focusing on everything web in GNOME and GTK+. WebKitGTK+ developer Claudio Saavedra reports that multiple web processes and user interface improvements to the GNOME web browser are both priorities for the hackfest.
You can follow all the action on the @WebKitGTK+ Twitter feed.
The event has been made possible by sponsorship of Igalia and the GNOME Foundation. Other sponsors are helping with travel costs, accommodation, coffee and snacks. Many thanks to Samsung, Adobe, Company100 and Cable Labs.