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Nokia Funding Minimo

Friday June 18th, 2004

CNET News.com is reporting that Nokia is funding Minimo. The Minimo project aims to build a version of Mozilla that can run on small devices such as mobile phones and PDAs. Nokia began funding development last year but has not yet shipped any Minimo-powered phones, with most of the company's lineup currently using Opera's smartphone browser.


#8 Re: Re: Re: Re: Nokia Funding Minimo

by semoser <webmaster@scrimo.net>

Friday June 18th, 2004 6:58 AM

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well, than that's a different case, if it just should be confidential, though it doesn't seem so.

an open-source-foundation, well, in my opinion mozilla is a foundation that JUST supports open-source-products. the only connection to closed source is the lgpl and probably mpl (i don't know what the mpl says). so, imho the foundation should be a good example and try to be as open as possible. it's different if a closed organisation produces open source code, because then it's very likely that they do closed source code too. but that shouldn't be a problem, shouldn't it? let's be happy that nokia is funding minimo, because i think that's one of mozilla's most important markets in the future.