Re: Which version of Opera to use....

Hi all,

If you are asking about updating compatibility tables, Phistuck is right, we should not use the current forms to update data. The form should have a note about it. 

The reason is simple, we are about to deploy very soon a distinct system to update the data and also have ways to import and merge from various sources. 

We will, of course, allow to update data. Its just not deployed yet.

Renoir Boulanger | Developer operations engineer
W3C |  ✪  @renoirb

On June 20, 2014 3:08:58 AM EDT, PhistucK <> wrote:
>What type of browser comparison are you referring to?
>Compatibility tables should not be filled by you, if that is what you
>(I do not support this attitude, but that is the decision), because it
>supposed to only be automatically filled by some system.
>In general, I think Opera 12.1 (the latest Presto based version, I
>is interesting because the switch to Blink (formerly WebKit) was not
>automatic, if I recall correctly. So Opera 12.1, current Opera and
>next should be interesting.
>On Fri, Jun 20, 2014 at 5:27 AM, Rob^_^ <>
>>   Hi,
>> I am editing various js topics and comparing support in various
>> lists the follow browser vendors.
>>   IE Firefox Chrome Safari Opera iOS Safari Opera Mini Android
>Browser Blackberry
>> Browser IE Mobile
>> However Opera has a Presto and a Webkit versions.
>> About Opera
>> Version information
>> Version 12.17
>> Build 1863
>> Platform Win32
>> System Windows 7
>> Browser identification
>> Opera/9.80 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) Presto/2.12.388 Version/12.17
>> Opera Next 19.0
>> Made to discover
>>  Version information  Version: 19.0.1326.45 - Downloading update 44%
>> stream: Next System: Windows 7 64-bit (WoW64) Browser identification
>> Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like
>> Chrome/32.0.1700.76 Safari/537.36 OPR/19.0.1326.45 (Edition Next)
>> It appears to me that Opera Next should be used for browser
>comparison, on
>> the assumption that the Presto engine is being phased out.
>> the latest Presto engine release also recognizes webkit prefixed
>> properties and webkit methods, but comparison between the two
>versions of
>> ‘Opera’ are worlds apart.
>> Regards and Greetings from Australia.

Received on Friday, 20 June 2014 11:59:58 UTC