Of course I am not stupid. It is just because I am paid to hack on QtWebKit , right? It does not matter if I never pushed QtWebKit to replace KHTML or KJS. It does not matter if I never (God forbid) bad-mouthed or insulted KHTML, KJS, KOffice, or any other KDE sub-projects, or any of its developers. It does not matter if I (and other KDE developers and ex-developers here in Qt Software) give our best  to ensure that the latest Qt release plays well with KDE 4.x.
I guess some people are just hostile, not matter what I do. The greatest lessons of it are (1) I try to be active again in KDE, despite Real Life ™ would make it a difficult task (2) I will post more food pictures, apparently these did not annoy people enough
On a slightly unrelated side note: after all these (tough) years, "biased" is probably not really my thing (those who know me well, please speak up!). I use all major browsers on an almost equal basis. Of all three phones I use since I start working for Nokia, none of them are Nokia ones. I enjoy working on QtWebKit, yet I like the simplicity and easy-to-follow KHTML. My home machine runs (the beautiful) KDE 4, my work desktop is still with (the trusted) KDE 3. I am a proud vim user but hardly recommend it to novices. My main debugging tool is still gdb but everyone knows how I praise VS integrated debugging. I like and use git (rebase) with passion, still I believe mercurial patch-queue rocks. I contributed a lot to KOffice but I am a great fan of Jody Goldberg and Michael Meeks’ work on Gnumeric and OpenOffice.org.
If you come to me  and tell me how bad my code is, likely I will buy you a drink. And I am usually still the one who hates my code most.
 The phrase "heavy corporate bias" starts to become an insider joke here among my fellow Trolls
 The disclaimer in my blog explicitly states do not necessarily represent the official view of my employer.
 If you fail to see the connection, Chrome and Safari are powered by WebKit as well.
 We are still human^Troll, and there are only 7 days a week.
 Nokia employees may not enter the contest.