Symbian is no more Open Source, Confirmed by Nokia

Nokia has officially confirmed that it closed the source code for Symbian OS for Nokia Mobile Phones. He said that despite the new model to describe the development of smartphone operating system Symbian as an “open and honest” open “does not find part of the” Open Source “, but” open. “The”open and direct “model, according to Nokia, so we continue with the Japanese suppliers and the community remains relatively small development platform for employees, we work with already. “

To search for the source of Symbian under an open source license, there’s an archive on Source Forge with the code and the resources of the Symbian Foundation before closing its doors. Other projects of the Foundation Symbian incubation, archived at Google Code.

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