Android is taking all the headlines, but there is also the LiMo Foundation pushing an mobile Linux platform.
Today the LiMo Foundation announced a partnership with the Gnome Foundation. LiMo Foundation will become a member of GNOME Foundation's Advisory Board and GNOME Foundation will become an Industry Liaison Partner for LiMo Foundation.
This development represents a natural formalization founded upon the significant use of GNOME Mobile software components within Release 2 and Release 3 of the LiMo Platform.
The LiMo Platform is a Linux based mobile device platform developed collaboratively by a group of mobile industry leaders using high quality open source technologies, including multiple components from GNOME Mobile project such as Glib, GTK+, D-Bus, GStreamer and BlueZ, amongst others.
The Vodafone 360 M1 (photo) is possibly the most well known LiMo Phone currently available.
A full description of LiMo Foundation, including its vision, goals, charter, guiding principles, bylaws and membership information, can be found at here.
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