Top contributors to the Webkit Open Source Project get MacBook Pros

The WebKit Open Source Project is the open source component of WebKit (which powers Safari and is available for developers to access with their applications). It seems that lots of non-Apple programmers have been chipping in to do a number of things, including fixing bugs and what have you.

Normally an open source volunteer is 'paid' with experience and the knowledge that she is helping out with a cool project. However, this time around Apple is giving the top twelve contributors to the project a brand new MacBook Pro, and five of them are going to attend WWDC (on Apple).

Very cool, Apple. Now, when are you going to start handing out MacBook Pros to bloggers?