Apple has expanded its open-source operations weeks after developers of the KHTML browser engine that powers Safari complained that Apple had taken more from the open-source project than it had given it.
Apple engineer on the Safari project David Hyatt wrote in his blog: "The Safari team is proud to announce that we are making significant changes in the way we operate. Going forward we will be engaging actively with the community. Find us on IRC and on the mailing list, jump in, and get involved!" reports ZDNet.
Apple recently suggested that the existing KHTML rendering engine be replaced by its own-developed derivative rendering engine (WebCore) as used in Safari.