@CyReVolt not what I'm talking about
@dragon What I am sayig is that I intend to work on such projects. A suitable platform would be necessary as a start.
Some related projects:
- KaiOS, a fork of FxOS, formerly B2G
Are you also starting somethig? I'm interested in exchange. \o/
@CyReVolt unfortunately I don't have the skills or time required right now to do anything, but I've sorta explained what I meant in my reply to xenofem earlier, Linux was never designed for touch interfaces and I don't think a Linux based project would work, if I could I'd absolutely start a project for a fully free touch-focused operating system, something made for phones and tablets from the start and that's built on stable technologies as opposed to like java
@dragon Alright. Aren't most POS and other touch devices in the embedded space based on Linux? What would be wrong with it? It wouldn't have to be Java of course, so as I wrote, Hellaphone, FxOS etc are very viable options. The problem is really just with vendors not publishing sources. You'd have to reverse engineer many things.
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