Nokia's N900 is a relatively open smartphone running the Maemo distro which is
roughly based on Debian Etch. Moblin is a distro mostly by Intel which is/was primarily
for Netbooks. If you haven't heard the news, Intel and Nokia have agreed to merge
the Maemo and Moblin projects into a new project called MeeGo, hosted by the Linux
So what's so cool about this for the fans of this list? "We are using F12 ARM
release to bootstrap MeeGo using the OBS build system ARM architecture
support." Suddenly Fedora ARM has gone from relative obscurity to being the
foundation for one of the most innovative hardware/software packages out there. Very cool.