All source code for the mobile phone OS is now available for free under the Eclipse license and other open-source licenses
The mobile operating system Symbian has been completely open-sourced, comfortably within the two-year time frame set for the migration project in 2008.
On Thursday, the Symbian Foundation--the not-for-profit industry group set up by Nokia and other manufacturers to open up and give away the OS--said all Symbian source code, comprising 108 packages, was now available for free under the Eclipse license and other open-source licenses.
According to the foundation, the transition of the Symbian code from proprietary to open source marks the largest such migration in software history.
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