webRTC finally found its way in the safari mac and iOS port of webkit. While it had been in the GTK port for quite some time, based on openWebRTC, the Safari port reused all the bindings and most of the webcore work done by the webrtc-in-webkit project, but used the library from webrtc.org (a.k.a. libwebrtc) for the lower layers. It is great news for the webrtc ecosystem, as now most of the major browsers support WebRTC. That was the number one concern according to several surveys.

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