LiMo article in Washington Post
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Thu Feb 14 21:55:12 CET 2008
The article says "Anyone hoping to create new applications for
competing proprietary programs from Microsoft Corp., Palm Inc.,
Research in Motion Ltd. or Nokia Corp.'s Symbian must pay licensing
So, I'd say it doesn't relate to OpenMoko. OpenMoko is truly an open
platform that you can develop for without restrictions and without
paying anything. "LiMo" seems to me to be some big companies grabbing
on to what they believe to be this great new buzz-word: Linux.
On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 1:46 PM, Ron K. Jeffries <rjeffries at gmail.com> wrote:
> Informative article about LiMO in the Washington Post:
> It may require site registration, but it is a very light-weight approach.
> I am interested in understanding LimO and how it does or does not
> relate to Open Moko.
> Ron K. Jeffries
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