"Google's Android has long road ahead"
iknowjoseph at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 12:16:09 CET 2007
Sadly I'm inclined to disagree, from the FAQs:
Why did you pick the Apache v2 open source license?
Apache is a commercial-friendly open-source license. The Apache
license allows manufacturers and mobile operators to innovate using
the platform without the requirement to contribute those innovations
back to the open-source community. Because these innovations and
differentiated features can be kept proprietary, manufacturers and
mobile operators are protected from the "viral infection" problem
often associated with other licenses.
On 06/11/2007, Florent Delvaille <florent.delvaille at gmail.com> wrote:
> The good thing is that OpenMoko and Android are OpenSource.
> Then maybe the Androiddevelopers could take some basis/ideas to OpenMoko ,
> and OpenMoko to Android.
> Ok the goal of OpenMoko is not the same as Android. Android is based on a
> lot of society and a lot of money, but I think that it will be interessting
> to have a look on the two and make some links with.
> Florent Delvaille
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