Open development/Maemo contributions

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* Patron of [ KDE e.V.] and member of the [ KDE Free Qt Foundation], both inherited from Trolltech.
* Patron of [ KDE e.V.] and member of the [ KDE Free Qt Foundation], both inherited from Trolltech.
* Gold member of [ Linux Foundation]
* Gold member of [ Linux Foundation]
* Member of [ oCERT]
* Member (not sponsor) of [ oCERT]
* Member of [ Eclipse Mobile Industry Working Group]
=== Support to community events ===
=== Support to community events ===

Revision as of 12:19, 25 February 2009

This article is continued discussion from the brainstorm
Please see the 100 Days agenda for more.
This is an ongoing task, planned to be completed during the current development sprint. Any help is appreciated!
Please see the talk page for discussion.

This is a subtask of Increasing transparency. Also related to Task:Upstream projects.



This starts in a very casual way. To be improved e.g. adding links to the projects websites.


Nokia projects

  • Hildon
  • Sofia-SIP

Support to organizations

Support to community events

  • aKademy
  • DebConf

Collaboration with upstream related companies

See Companies in Maemo development.

Also worth mentioning

  • Instituto Nokia de Tecnologia (INdT), non-profit.
  • Nemein (Midgard CMS)

Support to Maemo community projects

  • Maemo Mapper - Integration of Finnish Topomaps
  • Qt4Maemo

Information available

Currently there is but it's somewhat incomplete. It would be good to gather information also from the upstream projects i.e. those rankings released from time to time showing top contributors. There are also some research projects on open source contributions that might have relevant data for our case.

Please add any relevant information or link to the list below:

How to go deeper

What can Nokia and the Maemo community do to gather and process more information?

  • One idea is to contact the upstream projects related to the Maemo stack and ask them about studies on their contributors, to see what role Nokia plays in their project.