GNOME update features first mobile dev platform

The release of open-source desktop environment GNOME's new version 2.24 also features the software ecosystem's first mobile development platform. The GNOME environment includes development frameworks, a collection of desktop applications and a complete user environment for Linux-based computing--with version 2.24 slated for inclusion in upcoming releases of Ubuntu, Fedora and OpenSUSE, the new GNOME Mobile platform will also deliver a pre-integrated stack for use by device makers looking to build compatible application development environments. GNOME technologies have already been adopted for use in Linux-based mobile operating systems including OpenMoko, Maemo and the ACCESS Linux Platform.

For more on GNOME Mobile:
- read this Ars Technica article

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