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Moblin 2.1: Buffed, Polished and Future Oriented

Article Source MoblinZone
November 20, 2009, 1:45 pm

The new Moblin 2.1 release gives a lot of attention to improving the user experience based on feedback from the user, open source and developer community. In fact the changes that users are most likely to notice are minor but welcome differences in things like the ability to delete items from the recently viewed pane for privacy and better language support in the Myzone desktop.

“We consider this release as adding a lot more polish,” says Derek S. Speed, senior technologist and technical marketing manager at the Intel Open Source Technology Center. “Moblin 2.0 was considered a ground breaking release while this one is more focused on feedback and making Moblin more of a polished product...”

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