Dirk Hohndel, “Moblin, Linux for Next Generation Mobile Internet” (MP3 audio), O’Reilly Media Open Source Conference, IT Conversations, 2008/07/22

While Linux has been ported to many platforms, mobile devices are constrained in many ways.

If you’re looking for a Linux initiative that is truly open source, where you can download the source, contribute without censorship, and drive the project, check out Moblin.org.

A new class of devices is emerging that enables full Internet access while on the go. These Internet-centric devices known as Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs), netbooks or nettops combine the software compatibility of the PC with an easy-to-use, consumer friendly user interface. To drive innovation in this space, and foster community participation, and to avoid locking into a proprietary platform, Intel launched Moblin.org, a community focused on enabling the new technologies required to deliver this new category of Linux-based devices.

Dirk Hohndel shares his vision and provides an overview of the technologies and projects that are part of Moblin.org, including tools such as Moblin Image Creator, and provides information on how developers can start porting or developing new applications for Moblin.

IT Conversations | Open Source Conference from O’Reilly Media | Dirk Hohndel

[MP3 audio]

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One comment on “Dirk Hohndel, “Moblin, Linux for Next Generation Mobile Internet” (MP3 audio), O’Reilly Media Open Source Conference, IT Conversations, 2008/07/22
  1. Moblin has been a closed project for months….. It merged with Maemo.

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