So I am locking in the apps and trying to make some final decisions. So here is your chance to weigh in. Thought of doing a poll, but figured this would be better to have a threaded discussion....
Here is the first debate...
Midori or Chromium?
Speak now - more to come. I have tested both, Midori certainly fits the model of lightweight, but is missing some things I like about Chromium. You can fake some of it, but how does that sit for a non-techie user to have to mess with the browser...I open it for you to comment :)
Midori. I don't think you'll actually need to be a technical user, and the addons are nice, though I only use the adblock. And, it doesn't look unfamiliar compared to the other gtk applications installed. I don't seem to be able to make chromium watch YouTube without flash, and you can actually choose your page shortcuts (instead of automatically making one for every page you visit) in midori, and you can have more page shortcuts. Chromium has 8 shortcuts, Midori by default has 9, and you can have more than that, if you want to, and, probably least importantly, you can identify it as any 'popular' browsers.
So my only question is. When will see a 64bit version of wattOS? Some of those older systems used 64 bit architecture with hyperthreading technology. Only a 64bit OS take full advantage of this. How about those of us who like wattOS enough to run in it on our main laptop with newer technology. I like my dual cores and want access to them. What say you?