First Boot2Gecko White Label

This, I would suggest, is a sign of success. Firstly, it’s more people (to add to the 22 major companies on stage at MWC) who think our OS is good enough to compete and ship. Secondly, they are doing it without abusing our trademarks. Third, this is what open source is all about. We hope they’ll come and join our community and help make the code better. (And we need to work to make sure that’s easy for them to do.)

I note their screenshots are pretty hacked together, though; has no-one told them Boot2Gecko doesn’t use a hardware Back button or Search button? :-)

(Thanks to nukeador for the link.)

4 thoughts on “First Boot2Gecko White Label

  1. I agree with you, also on their hacked-together screenshots. It looks a lot to me like they have nothing other than an idea to do something like this. But yes, everyone helping the effort, no matter if under our brand or different ones, is good for the web. (And, BTW, the MPL2 should assure that any contributions to the files of our own code can be incorporated into out code again if we want to.)

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