Nope. I wrote 'Compared to pretty much all competition, the N900 offers a
very open software platform'. It is not completely open, unfortunately.
But a big step in the right direction, and Nokia is committed to having it
as open as reasonably possible. So barring legalities, pending lawyer
reviews, deals with suppliers and other vendors and strong competitive
reasons... And it's a learning experience for them, like many companies
they keep things in-house and secret by default and are now slowly
figuring out how that hurts them.