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GNOME 3.2 could introduce a new Web application mode for websites

That’s actually an unstable project but the next GNOME release could let the user to transform web sites in stand alone applications with no UI chrome for browsing controls.

The proposed sample uses the Twitter service, resulting in a single window with its own title bar and the whole space with the website content, no more hassle or distractions. The navigation would remain confined inside the saved domain while external links would be opened in a separated browser instance.

I’m falling in love for it ❤

Read more: http://blogs.gnome.org/xan/2011/08/31/web-application-mode-in-gnome-3-2/

Interview with Jon McCann about the future of GNOME 3

derStandard.at interviewed Jon McCann, a designer of GNOME 3, about the future of the project and its position between user critics and enthusiasts. Whatever it will be, GNOME 3 will surely make it talk about itself again.

The interview is available here.