Symbian Source Code leaked - Final version
This was IMHO the best OS before Android showed up.
Lots of people including myself tweaked it a lot and it had potential, only the source was missing at that time.
got fedora working with phytium laptop as well... the only pitfall is fedora has all of the firmware blobs compressed, which is not supported by Linux Kernel 4.19.
Kylin (the Chinese GNU/Linux distribution affiliated with the same military university which developed the phytium soc) has renamed the Linux Kernel to "kylin" and not releasing their modified source code, which is in violation of GPL.
In May Newsletter: 46 entities support the right to install any software on any device. FSFE's transparency in public procurement app gets to EU Datathon finals ⭐ Italian FSFE volunteers prepare tour. Zurich group promotes federated social networks.
another 'interesting' trivia:
their linux kernel driver has a GPLv3 header, even if it contains a big binary-only .o blob.
Longhorn writes about a GPU driver for a Chinese x86 SoC which violates GPL: https://threedots.ovh/blog/2022/05/zhaoxins-gpu-drivers-for-windows/
pay open source maintainers.
in this case, pay kode54 who maintains shitloads of emulation/multimedia libraries: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-me-pay-off-the-last-pay-day-loan-ill-take
Today the FSFE publishes an #OpenLetter, co-signed by 38 European organisations and companies to ask #European legislators for the universal right to install any software on any device, including full access to hardware: https://fsfe.org/news/2022/news-20220427-01.html
With Elon Musk purchasing Twitter, our recommendations for the site remain the same: give users more security, privacy, and control, so it matters less who’s running the ship. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2022/04/twitter-has-new-owner-heres-what-he-should-do
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