Hi, I'm not sure if this is the right forum (if not, please move it), but Raspbian with HF support seems the best platform for this.
Given that the Raspberry Pi seems to work best with Midori browser, based on Webkit (and although Chromium is also available but suffers from major performance issues), I noticed that Midori on Raspbian with hard float (and adjustable overclock) seems the best environment for web browsing on the Raspberry Pi.
However, hardware-accelerated X drivers are not available, which severely hinders performance in Midori. I was wondering if it would be possible to produce a fork of Midori which bypasses X entirely, using hardware acceleration on the Raspberry Pi in full-screen mode similar to how XBMC does with the GPU.
This could provide a full-screen hardware-accelerated Webkit browser, with UI features such as the browser bar, tabs, and an optional on-screen keyboard; providing the fastest browsing experience for the Raspberry Pi.
Perhaps it could also be made to boot directly from SD image, such as with RaspBMC (or they could be combined into a combo SD).
Any interests in such a proposal?