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The openSUSE Goblin Team is responsible for creating the MeeGo spin of the openSUSE distribution. MeeGo is an open source project that provides an optimized platform for the next generation of mobile devices including netbooks, mobile Internet devices (MIDs), in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems, and other embedded devices. MeeGo is optimized for Intel® Atom™ Processor-based devices.
- We blog on http://www.wafaa.eu/tag/moblin
- Our IRC channel is #opensuse-goblin on the freenode network
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A short intro and then list the member with a link to the wiki members page.
- FunkyPenguin Diskussion - Beiträge
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How to join
You want to participate in our efforts? Just talk to use on our mailing list, irc channel or contact us personally. There is a lot to do!
On April 2nd 2009, The Linux Foundation (LF), the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, announced it will host Moblin. Linux Foundation to Host Moblin Project
On May 19th 2009, Imad Sousou of Intel announced on behalf of the Moblin steering committee the release of Moblin v2.0 beta for Netbooks and Nettops for developer testing. Moblin v2.0 beta for Netbooks and Nettops - It's here...
On September 24th 2009, Imad Sousou of Intel announced on behalf of the Moblin steering committee the release of Moblin v2.0. The release came at the same time as the announcement of a community preview of Moblin v2.1. Moblin v2.0, The Moblin Garage, and Moblin v2.1
On February 15th 2010, Intel and Nokia announced MeeGo. It brings together the Moblin project, headed up by Intel, and Maemo, by Nokia, into a single open source activity. MeeGo integrates the experience and skills of two significant development ecosystems, versed in communications and computing technologies. Intel and Nokia Merge Software Platforms for Future Computing Devices