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g2ek (852570) writes "OpenMoko is a platform that is developing a software for cell phones using GNU/Linux. A working prototype exists, the Neo1973, in the last months the project faced minor challenges. A mail sent to the OpenMoko Announce List offers details about the current state of the project and announces the publication of the source code withing 3 days."
g2ek (852570) writes "HP adds Debian to the list of GNU/Linux distributions officially supported on their Proliant and Blade servers. The support includes the validation of the hardware with Debian 3.1 (Sarge), as well as optional support when using the free operating system on HP hardware. Third level support will be provided by HP in collaboration with the Debian community. Until now the company only supported the enterprise products of Red Hat and Novell."
g2ek (852570) writes "The LiMo Foundation
"To support their goal
of creating the world's first globally competitive, Linux-based software
platform for mobile devices, Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic Mobile
Communications, Samsung Electronics, and Vodafone announced today the
official launch of the LiMo Foundation.
A not-for-profit organization, the LiMo Foundation is aimed at blending
the community-based development benefits of transparency, innovation and
scalability with the best development practices from the mobile community
to create an innovative new business model. This could be an interesting competence for OpenMoko or the GreenPhone"
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