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Ah, so things like performance and ui should be considered when considering things from a"technical perspective"? Well, then its not quite so clear cut anymore. Which UI you prefer and how much that matters are going to vary from person to person.
As I said, Meego just gives a bigger *choice*. Android's NDK is a good step forward, but Meego is still more flexible in a way development can be done there.
The original reason for commenting is that you cannot define and distil "technical perspective " to only mean "flexible development" without an argument from me
"Android can run some Ruby, Python etc through the Android Scripting Environment."
And Maemo/Meego can run Ruby code through Ruby and Python through Python not a one-off scripting environment.
Having a real distro under the hood is a big selling point and makes a differences; even for the folks who aren't devs. I'm sure not coding from scartch but what I do with the N900 can't yet be replicated with available apps on another phone platform.