MAFW source code goes public

Quim has just announced that MAFW (Multimedia Application Framework) has moved to an open development model. This means that from now on we will work directly in garage and anyone interested can browse the source code and provide feedback (and even better, patches!). I’ve been looking forward to this moment for quite some time, so I am really excited that this has finally happened. Thanks to Nokia and Quim for making this possible!

If you are planning to write or port Maemo multimedia applications for Fremantle, I suggest that you to give MAFW a try and share your experience with us, we really need your input. In that case you probably want to start by reading the documentation here.

BTW, I intend to use my blog to keep the Maemo community updated on MAFW news, so stay tuned…

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