What are you gonna tell me next? That starvation in the world is not a problem because you think it's fun starving?
If the goal is to create buggy software why keep improving them at all? I mean you're telling me that things are fine as is? And speaking of which, this whole deal about the demos not working in other browsers should be *perfect* for you since you like to mess with stuff, right?
I didn't even look at the demos. Frankly, if I want to mess with HTML5, I'll probably make a few Canvas apps myself. I just find Apple's position and their demos contradictory. Open Standards blah blah blah, Download Safari to see HTML5 demos! Not everything has to be technical in life, I frankly can participate in conversations about other stuff than nerd porn sometimes. This is one of them. Forget the demos and how they are probably well executed and work fine on Safari or other browsers.
And the fact that Enlightenment version was 0.12 and 0.13 never struck you that it was far from finished ? The fact they moved that version to DR1x so that it didn't look as unfinished as it was ? The fact that rasterman rewrote DR17 about 200x times and still hasn't shipped it in 10 years ?
Enlightenment never was supposed to "just work" no matter what Rasterman claims. Rasterman is pretty much working for himself. The guy never was a top notch coder either. He's great with graphics though.
Instead of whining, why didn't you simply create the automake/autoconf files required and submitted them to the project ? Linux in 1995 was pretty much about devs feeding their own needs, not trying to make software usable by the masses. If that is what you were after, sure Linux might have seemed like Pure Hell to you.
I think the only huge troll here is you. You don't want to discuss, you just want people that aren't 100% in line with Apple to go away.