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::FIXME: Write short introduction here, make few images, ... just short briefing for anybody who came for the first time, no details, no specifications.
 
 
 
OpenMoko is an attempt to create the worlds first completely open mobile phone software stack.
 
OpenMoko is an attempt to create the worlds first completely open mobile phone software stack.
  
Think standardization bottom-up (defined and implemented by the community), instead of top-down (defined by a consortium).
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We believe in standardization bottom-up (defined and implemented by the community), instead of top-down (defined by a consortium).
  
 
For a more thorough introduction see [http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/announce/2007-January/000000.html this announcement]
 
For a more thorough introduction see [http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/announce/2007-January/000000.html this announcement]
  
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OpenMoko is supposed to run on all kinds of Linux-capable mobile phones. The first fully supported OpenMoko phone is the FIC Neo1973.
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This initative has been initiated by FIC Inc. and OpenMoko, Inc.
  
 
== Photos ==
 
== Photos ==

Revision as of 23:49, 15 February 2007

OpenMoko is an attempt to create the worlds first completely open mobile phone software stack.

We believe in standardization bottom-up (defined and implemented by the community), instead of top-down (defined by a consortium).

For a more thorough introduction see this announcement

OpenMoko is supposed to run on all kinds of Linux-capable mobile phones. The first fully supported OpenMoko phone is the FIC Neo1973.

This initative has been initiated by FIC Inc. and OpenMoko, Inc.

Photos

Outside

Inside

display (top) side component (back) side

Personal tools

OpenMoko is an attempt to create the worlds first completely open mobile phone software stack.

We believe in standardization bottom-up (defined and implemented by the community), instead of top-down (defined by a consortium).

For a more thorough introduction see this announcement

OpenMoko is supposed to run on all kinds of Linux-capable mobile phones. The first fully supported OpenMoko phone is the FIC Neo1973.

This initative has been initiated by FIC Inc. and OpenMoko, Inc.

Photos

Outside

Inside

display (top) side component (back) side