Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 20th Feb 2013 08:44 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "This release includes many new features and improvements over Tizen 1.0 released in April, and Tizen 2.0 alpha in September, 2012. As a Tizen 2.0 developer, you will find strong HTML5/W3C APIs and a new native framework." Are any of you doing any Tizen-related work? How is it?
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Tizen isn't as Open Source as you think
by jumpr on Wed 20th Feb 2013 14:27 UTC
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Tizen isn't as Open Source as you think, it also drops EFL to merge with Bada.

More facts at

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chithanh Member since:

I hope that this slashdot submission gets voted down. It is full of inaccuracies and cheap shots against Tizen.

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cdude Member since:

Is it? If Tizen is locked down and does not come with an open bootloader and native support a la Android and is closed for anybody but OEM's then it has a hard time among certain developer-groups like those at Linux. For a Linux Foundation project thats big news isn't it?

What are the inaccuraties and cheap shots in your opinion?

Edited 2013-02-21 08:21 UTC

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