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Getting started with Tizen

The Tizen source and SDK were unleashed yesterday, and I’ve just had a first glance. The documentation is a bit all over the place, so here’s some notes on getting up and running. For more information on what’s going on with … Continue reading

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WebOS Open Source

There’s lots of noise out there about WebOS being open source. Everything from “WebOS is dead” to “WebOS is saved!” – but what is really going on? Why did Meg make this move now? Thinking about it, this move makes … Continue reading

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At what price to community?

Dave has written a detailed post on the types of community that Tizen hopes to target. It’s great, and I recommend you read it through. For more background, you should also read my blog post on what’s really going on … Continue reading

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Tiswas

Tizen. Word is finally out about the Intel-Samsung ‘merger’ of their Linux platforms. In a single step, a number of crippled initiatives are given new legs, and the mystery behind the stories of Intel abandoning MeeGo and Samsung acquiring MeeGo are … Continue reading

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All Change

As of Friday last week, I no longer work for LiMo Foundation, as they no longer need anyone for code hosting, analysis, and Open Source activities. It’s been a challenging, exciting and interesting two and a half years, and I’ve … Continue reading

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Blogging elsewhere

Here’s a quick summary of the articles I’ve had posted over on the LiMo Foundation blog. This is in some small part an apology for being so quiet here. I’ll try to keep this list up-to-date: LiMo and the Open … Continue reading

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FOSDEM 2010

I’m off to FOSDEM tomorrow, for a weekend of free and open source software talks, discussions, and Belgian beer. Somehow I’ve ended up doing two talks (my original plan was for a quick lightning talk on LiMo). The talks are … Continue reading

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Top 10 Crimes of Developer Engagement

(This post originally appeared over on the LiMo blog) 1. Call a spade a spade Before I even get involved, I want to know: what’s in it for me, and why should I care. It’s amazing how many organisations talk … Continue reading

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