This thread has turned into a joke, of epic proportions...
Forking a stock TP browser UI shell and adding a share option unfortunately isn't the kind of progress to get really excited about. Any updated functionality you like can be patched into the original, and at least that would be standardized and available to everyone.
But the browser engine, which makes all the difference in the world, will stay the same in either case, until and unless a newer build of WebKit is made to run on our devices.
So there is no reason to give users false hope with a repackaged copy of what they already have. The so-called speed improvement due to a shared, OS-wide WebKit cache. Nothing more.
The whole situation is just.. sad, you know. I'm not here to upset anyone or tell anyone that they are some kind of an *****... but if everyone would just see how the Android fan-boys are rolling laughing over this, talking about how pathetic we are, then we'd all agree that it's time to end this experiment and do something that will help move us forward.
Fragmentation and arguments hurt the platform, unreasonable expectations and unfulfilled hopes hurt the platform. In this thread we have both, and it's time to set aside our collective ego and let the thread die, unless we want to hurt webOS any further...
P.S. Special thanks to everyone who actually took the time to look at the code and to kindly debunk any and all reasons for this unfounded excitement. Peace everyone