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First ideas for a better GNOME browser

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I have tried to describe a situation where Web browsing is more tightly integrated with the desktop. There is still a lot of work to do: detailed functionality needs to be refined, assumptions need to be verified, mockups and prototypes need to be created and evaluated…
A browser is a very complex application to design, but luckily there is a lot of knowledge already available that should help us generate ideas and make informed decisions.

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Three year old article

I guess you picked this up from Planet GNOME's RSS feed without checking the dateline. PGO seems to be having trouble with reposting a bunch of old stuff ATM, and this post is from 2011.

Wow

Indeed, I wonder how that happened...

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