- Where is the source code for this application, and your modifications to the WebCore framework that is required to support the Windows version?
- Where is the license information for the WebKit code that you have used?
- Why are you not collaborating with the WebKit project on this? Portability is a goal for WebKit as it provides incentive to refactor and improve the rendering engine. Lots of work has already been put into a Windows port.
- Why does your website refer to the application as "WebKit"? That's very obviously misleading as it is a browser based on the WebKit libraries, and has the potential to mislead people seeking out the real WebKit.
As a member of the WebKit open source community I would love to see a WebKit-based browser running on Windows, but I'd also prefer to see this accomplished by collaboration amongst the WebKit community rather than in a misleading fashion.