This is my first post. We are evaluating 0.9.91-dev175 on iMX6 soloX (Linux). surprisingly HTML5 score is 484 (out of 555). Also conduct HTML5 performance test (http://www.kevs3d.co.uk/dev/canvasmark/) and works very well. Previously with demo qt webkit it stuck at 5th test. Now planning to conduct more performace tests and will post the result.
If this country needs to break apart ([...] California [...] I'm looking at you) - I'm for that.There are some people who think the state would be better served were it two or three states; their arguments are cogent. But the US Congress has the say about this... (Need I mention that the Democrat party would never allow California's influence to be diluted? )
Puerto Rico's recent plebiscite has no force in law; it was "advisory". But they, the voters in that territory, have interests. The question is, will our Congress pay attention? There doesn't seem to be an opinion that has won a majority: Become a state, become an independent country, or remain a US territory...
Returning to California's problems:
When Jerry Brown dies, his legacy of neglecting our infrastructure -specially his father's signature programs- will remain long after the silly bullet train boondoggle and the tunnels to send northern California's water to LA are just jokes told by Democrats who don't have competent aides.