Can an open source Linux platform deliver a unique experience for users in the mobile space? The community working on Moblin hopes to make this a reality.
In this brief introduction to Moblin, we'll cover what the software stack and underlying technologies look like, give a demo of the Netbook Beta release, talk about where some of the development is going, and how developers and users can get involved.
We would also like your feedback on the tools you need to develop applications for this platform.
If you would like to learn more about what Moblin is and how it fits within the mobile world, join us.
About the Speakers
Bob Spencer works at the Open Source Technology Center (OSTC) at Intel as a software developer. He is focused on working with the Linux Foundation developing the compliance specs for Moblin.
Mike Shaver also works at the OSTC and is focused on building out the web infrastructure and community for Moblin.
Paul Cooper is located at the London office of OSTC and manages a team of Moblin developers working on the user experience functionality.
Official Website: http://mobileportland.com
Added by grigs on July 15, 2009