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+Opera cut 91 jobs as part of its move from its own Presto browser engine to the open-source WebKit that's the foundation of Safari and +Google Chrome.
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Oh, I don't know, they still have engineers working on it, they say, and indeed they've filed at least one patch so far. The only specific example is CSS layout work. We'll see, I guess. You can't advance your Web-platform agenda if you have no programming besides UI folks.their 
Reading some of the ex-Opera comments on HN... I'd be setting up a hair pointening salon next door to the Opera office... :)
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