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Some MeeGo Architecture Changes Announced

The MeeGo project has announced some changes in response to "the events of the last few weeks." In particular, they are moving (back) to SyncEvolution from Buteo, moving contact storage to Evolution Data Server, and making some changes to the security framework. "In the long-term, we will re-evaluate the direction we are taking with MeeGo security with a new focus on *End-User Privacy*. While we do not intend to immediately remove the security enabling technologies we have been including in MeeGo, all security technologies will be re-examined with this new focus in mind." We will probably see more of this type of change as MeeGo figures out how things will go in Nokia's absence.

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