I tried the upcoming Gnome Clock App, from Gnome’s Git which is far beyond from completed and there isn’t much to see, but.. the cool part is that Clock is written in Python so you can try it in seconds without compiling ..and of course update it from Git and try it again!
And if you are lazy to clone it, I YouTube-d it for you ;)
As you can see Clock is quite empty at the moment, but you can still can have worldwide clocks, stop watch and timer. Alarms aren’t working yet.
Clock will be integrated with Gnome Shell within the Calendar and it might get some weather widget with it. This is work in progress and isn’t finalized yet. The size of the height is one of the issues of this approach.
How to try it
You need git to clone the repository and the pytz package:
sudo apt-get/yum install git pytz
and then just clone the repo:
git clone git://git.gnome.org/clocks
and you run:
You can visit the Clock Design page for more information about the project!
If anyone know a page with free (quality) music to include in YouTubes, please let us know!