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GNU, GPL, Open Source Today's mobile space is owned by the likes of Nokia, RIM, Apple, and Google. While some of these corporations have embraced some open source components, a full FLOSS solution has yet to gain traction. Why? Blogger Bradley M. Kuhn posts thoughtful analysis of the current state of Open Source in the mobile space.
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RE[3]: Design Thinking
by lemur2 on Tue 16th Mar 2010 14:23 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Design Thinking"
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Everything else resides under the hood and is something only developers for that platform and techies/geeks would notice and/or care.

No disagreements. But did it occur to you that maybe he referred to things like Ubuntu? Whose only recent innovation has been to change the color palette? At least from judging from the press attention.

If the "no innovation" criticism was for Ubuntu, then the OP would have had a point.

The OP actually claimed, however, that "open source software" lacked innovation, which is a VERY easily debunked assertion.

Edited 2010-03-16 14:23 UTC

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