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== Openmoko ==
 
== Openmoko ==
  
Openmoko is
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The name Openmoko unfortunately has been re-used for a variety of different things.
* a company based in Taiwan
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* a GNU/Linux distribution targeted at mobile devices such as phones
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Openmoko can refer to
* a GUI application framework based on GTK+
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* a company based in Taiwan, the original commercial entity behind the Openmoko smartphones (http://openmoko.com)
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* a GNU/Linux distribution (Openmoko Linux), targeted at mobile devices such as phones, used primarily on the Openmoko phones
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* a GUI application framework, originally based on GTK+, used also primarily on the Openmoko phones
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* a wider free software community surrounding the development of free software for mobile phones and compatible hardware
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See also [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Openmoko Wikipedia about Openmoko]

Latest revision as of 08:46, 23 October 2013

[edit] Openmoko

The name Openmoko unfortunately has been re-used for a variety of different things.

Openmoko can refer to

  • a company based in Taiwan, the original commercial entity behind the Openmoko smartphones (http://openmoko.com)
  • a GNU/Linux distribution (Openmoko Linux), targeted at mobile devices such as phones, used primarily on the Openmoko phones
  • a GUI application framework, originally based on GTK+, used also primarily on the Openmoko phones
  • a wider free software community surrounding the development of free software for mobile phones and compatible hardware

See also Wikipedia about Openmoko

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Openmoko

The name Openmoko unfortunately has been re-used for a variety of different things.

Openmoko can refer to

  • a company based in Taiwan, the original commercial entity behind the Openmoko smartphones (http://openmoko.com)
  • a GNU/Linux distribution (Openmoko Linux), targeted at mobile devices such as phones, used primarily on the Openmoko phones
  • a GUI application framework, originally based on GTK+, used also primarily on the Openmoko phones
  • a wider free software community surrounding the development of free software for mobile phones and compatible hardware

See also Wikipedia about Openmoko