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Introduction to the MeeGo Project

By 2010-02-018月 16th, 2017Events
Author: Ibrahim Haddad (Ph.D.), The Linux Foundation

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On February 15, 2010, the world’s largest chip manufacturer, Intel, and the world’s largest mobile handset manufacturer, Nokia, announced joining their existing open source projects (Moblin and Maemo respectively) to form a new project called MeeGo, hosted at the Linux Foundation. This article provides an introduction to the MeeGo project, a brief overview of the MeeGo architecture, the benefits the MeeGo platform offers to the various players in the ecosystem, and discusses the role of the Linux Foundation as a host of the project.

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