Nokia potvrđuje kraj Symbiana

Nokia potvrđuje kraj Symbiana

offline
  • Rogi  Male
  • Mod u pemziji
  • Najbolji košarkaš koji
  • je ikada igrao ovu igru
  • Pridružio: 31 Avg 2005
  • Poruke: 11687

Nije nikakva tajna da je čak i pre nego što je Noka najavila strateško partnerstvo sa kompanijom Microsoft, najpopularniji operativni sistem za mobilne telefone na planeti Symbian bio usred svoje spore smrti. Dogovor između Nokia-e i Microsoft-a koji će Windows Phone 7 operativni sistem doneti na smart telefone ove kompanije će samo imati uticaj na veću brzinu nestajanja Symbian-a. Izvršni potpredsednik kompanije Nokia je u otvorenom pismu programerima potvrdio činjenicu da uprkos tome što je do kraja ove godine najavljeno dosta Symbian telefona kompanija više ne računa na ovaj operativni sistem.




Izvor: http://www.itsvet.com/arhiva/2011-03-31#36189



Registruj se da bi učestvovao u diskusiji. Registrovanim korisnicima se NE prikazuju reklame unutar poruka.
offline
  • Dok  Male
  • Moderator foruma
  • - Dok Milioner -
  • - Profesionalni Vanzemaljac -
  • Pridružio: 01 Jul 2005
  • Poruke: 4703
  • Gde živiš: Tamo gde mi nije mesto.

Bye,Bye Symbian ! Crying or Very sad
A mozda ce jednog dana da naprave neki genetski modifikovani Symbian. Mr. Green



offline
  • Pridružio: 10 Okt 2005
  • Poruke: 13526
  • Gde živiš: Beograd

Nokia objavila Symbian izvorni kod

Kao što je bilo i očekivano posle objave partnerstva sa Microsoft-om i prelaska na Windows Phone 7 mobilni operativni sistem, Nokia prestaje sa razvojem Symbian-a. Ali, srećom po ljubitelje te mobilne platforme, Nokia je danas objavila izvorni kod poslednje verzije Symbian-a i omogućila slobodan download SDK-a i pratećih alata za razvoj aplikacija. Time će svi programeri koji žele da nastave razvoj ovog operativnog sistema moći to da urade, bez ikakvih prepreka od strane firme Nokia.

Izvor: benchmark.rs

Wink

offline
  • higuy  Male
  • Legendarni građanin
  • penzionisani tabijatlija
  • crni hronicar
  • Pridružio: 21 Apr 2010
  • Poruke: 8565
  • Gde živiš: Dubocica

Mogao bi posle ovoga da se "povampiri" Symbian. Tesko da je ovo bye, bye kao sto Dok kaze. I sami znate kolika im je korisnicka baza.

offline
  • Pridružio: 11 Sep 2007
  • Poruke: 3271

Bas bih voleo da vidim nastavak razvoja Symbian-a od strane samih korisnika, da li ce uspeti da dozivi uspeh koji trenutno ima Android. Zanimljiv razvoj situacije u svakom slucaju Smile

offline
  • Pridružio: 04 Sep 2003
  • Poruke: 24135
  • Gde živiš: Wien

Da je bar neko pogledao te linkove i sledio ih dalje do oficijelnog Nokijinog obavestenja...

Nema nista od Open Sourcea u celoj prici, osim jednog naslova koji je stvorio konfuziju, i koji je bio samo marketinska packa.

U sustini, OEM partneri ce dobiti pristup delu koda kako bi mogli jos vise da integrisu svoje dodatne aplikacije u sam OS (da ne mozemo vise da se otarasimo aplikacije koje Vodafone ili neko drugi pakuje u telefone).

Nema nista od pristupa obicnih smrtnika kodu kernela ili bilo cega slicnog, pa da dobrovoljci ispravljaju greske koje se vec generacijama provlace kroz Symbian.

Citat:Gregory Barc says:
March 31, 2011 at 5:39 pm

Please do enlighten us, in what way and towards whom is Symbian fully open. The way I see it, Symbian is not even close to openness to some of its competitors like Android. I am neither a developer nor a phone manufacturer but just your standard nokia customer. We do not have the means to fully mess around with our phones. If you want Symbian to be fully open, let us edit and flash your firmwares onto our phones. There exists a large symbian modding scene who continually improve your phones (even the ones you stopped supporting) but they are restricted to s60v5. Fine don’t give us the tools for this purpose but give us the know how. Just describe the rofx/rofs format for the new S^3 phones. That would be a nice way to start being open to your phone users who already have the tools to download official firmwares and flash them. Just let us, those who have paid full retail to get our unlocked phones have the ability to play around with them.


Citat:Petra says:
March 31, 2011 at 6:03 pm

Thanks for the comment, you are correct Gregory. The platform code that we share here is open source code for OEMs and others who develop the platform with Nokia. The commercial product which is sold to customers is not “fully open” in the sense that you describe due to various consumer protection legislation, warranty and security reasons.

However, we recognise the need for continuous improvement, and have taken a big step forward in getting the latest software updates over to consumers with any Symbian^3 device. Read e.g. here http://conversations.nokia.com/2011/02/04/software.....n-devices/


Citat:Sarah says:
April 1, 2011 at 9:52 pm

So petra, you’re admitting that this is a lie and the title of this post: “We are Open!” is blatently false. YOU. ARE. NOT.

I’d expect something like that from the new Microsoft Phone division that Nokia has become. Just rebrand yourselves as such and get it over with.


Citat:Kim B. Christensen says:
April 2, 2011 at 10:09 pm

Petra, could you please stop calling this “Open Source”? It is nothing but closed.

Calling this ‘open’ is just plain wrong. Try reading the actual license. I won’t touch this with a ten-foot pole.

For an brief analysis, please see Groklaw:
http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20110402143136766

Ko je trenutno na forumu
 

Ukupno su 439 korisnika na forumu :: 9 registrovanih, 0 sakrivenih i 430 gosta   ::   [ Administrator ] [ Supermoderator ] [ Moderator ] :: Detaljnije

Najviše korisnika na forumu ikad bilo je 3466 - dana 01 Jun 2021 17:07

Korisnici koji su trenutno na forumu:
Korisnici trenutno na forumu: bato, cikadeda, Mixelotti, Oluj2.1, Raptor1, sasa76, Simon simonović, Tas011, vranjanac29