The GNOME Mobile & Embedded Initiative
Posted Apr 19, 2007 22:12 UTC (Thu) by drag
In reply to: The GNOME Mobile & Embedded Initiative
Parent article: The GNOME Mobile & Embedded Initiative
I like it because it means that Gnome is going to be concentrating more on keeping smaller and tighter code bases.
Generally speaking, the less code there is, the less bugs there are, and the faster it runs with less memory usage. Win, win, win, win for end users.
If a average PC user can go from something slow like Vista to something fast like Gnome could be without having to sacrifice any important features or comforts then it'll make Linux look that much more attractive.
Plus having open embedded systems and be able to integrate well with Linux desktops would be a great thing.
to post comments)