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I did not vote, but Midori simply the best for me in terms of cpu performance especially when doing flash videos. Midori totally eclipses the rest in terms of maintaining my laptop performance while streaming videos from espn or youtube.
Now if they would fix the problem with bookmarks not being able to be sorted I'd give it a 5 star. Until then I've made a bookmarks.html file, ordered the way I want, and I have that as my home page.
I like having a tool bar on the bottom of the browser window with buttons in which one can instantly turn on or off images, script and plugins. It's not as full featured as Firefox, but is dependable, configurable and light.
Some more web kit browsers and libs.
pacman -Ss webkit
extra/epiphany 3.2.1-1 (gnome)
A GNOME web browser based on the WebKit rendering engine.
An opensource web content engine (for GTK2)
An opensource web content engine (for GTK3)
A lightweight web browser based on Gtk WebKit
Python bindings to the WebKit GTK+ port
An open source web browser engine (Qt port)
Mono/.NET bindings for the WebKit rendering engine
community/gambas3-gb-qt4-webkit 3.0.0-5 (gambas3)
Qt4 toolkit webkit component
Highly configurable, micro-browser framework based on the WebKit web
content engine and the GTK+ toolkit. "Stable" release.
A WebKit based web browser for KDE
A simple web browser based on WebKit/GTK+.