We are taking open source to consumer mainstream. This all happens step by step by participating open source development, releasing new software, and building new products. Some of the recent steps are:
- new software for N800 just 2 weeks ago
- announcement of the development version of a new browser -- a Mozilla based browser engine that shares the key components and extension interfaces with Firefox. As small computers, internet tablets should have this option, too!
- announcement of the development version of the new communications software. SIP connection manager, UI improvements, Google Talk relay support ...
- The Hildon application framework contribution to GNOME and GMAE (...well, this is kinda old news but important ...)
This is a mostly a developer conference and I'm talking about development versions. We do not advertise these, other than the new N800 software, to general public at this point. We want to develop them openly and collect your feedback. See maemo for more details.
There are also many other interesting talks from my team and other GNOME developers related to maemo, GNOME etc. To pick a few:
I bet I forgot many!! And then, Lefty from Access and Open Moko should be interesting :-)