A semi-light web browser. It's been creeping in as many features as possible over the years.
2015-05-23 update: I'm now using Pale Moon
I was originally going to replace Firefox for Midori, but I found enough significant issues with Midori that I'm not going to use it.
Instead, I'm going to streamline Firefox so that I'm relying on it as little as possible.
Because of some discussion about a light default web browser for Unity Linux, I became interested in the Midori web browser. I wrote some notes on my first experience with it.
Now that it's available in the Unity Linux repository, I wanted to give it another go.
(The version of Midori was not recorded)
The first glance is that this isn't a real project because it doesn't have a real website. But then again, it doesn't have a stable release yet, so I don't mind at all.
Overall it's decent, but it lacks a couple of fundamentals which would prevent my using it as an everyday browser. The fact that it is better with Flash really gives it a niche use.
Tested 2009-08-07 on Unity Linux 0.99-alpha1.