[MeeGo-dev] Some architecture changes (MSSF / Buteo / PIM storage)
Arjan van de Ven
arjan at linux.intel.com
Wed Mar 9 07:30:21 PST 2011
On 3/9/2011 2:44 AM, Jeremiah Foster wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 7, 2011 at 5:09 PM, Arjan van de Ven<arjan at linux.intel.com> wrote:
>> given the events of the last few weeks, the MeeGo architects have, and still
>> are, revisiting various parts of the MeeGo architecture.
> Aside from this thread, where does this discussion happen? How do others engage?
this discussion has mostly been happening with the architects of the
handset and tablet (UI and OS) as well as consulting with a few of the
other vertical architects.
>> Having said that, three items are currently clear enough to make a final
>> decision on:
>> 1) MSSF / MeeGo security framework
>> 2) Buteo Sync
>> 3) PIM storage (currently stored in the tracker database)
> Reading between the lines, it appears that the MeeGo architects are
> re-evaluating Nokia contributions.
No we are re-evaluating those areas where there is an issue now. Areas
that are very complete and functional because the responsible
folks made sure worked well in MeeGo aren't even close to being up for
discussion, Nokia or otherwise. This is about an evaluation of real gaps
functionality for whatever reason (never got implemented, the developers
focused on Harmattan(Maemo) instead of MeeGo, something stayed binary
and never got open sourced, the area never got resourced, whatever) are
severely lacking completeness/functionality in MeeGo.
This also has nothing to do with ARM optimization or not. I don't even
understand how you would think it would.....
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