Fedora Moblin

The future of the mobile internet.

The Fedora Moblin Spin is a Fedora-based operating system designed with the mobile user in mind. We started with the Moblin™ Interface, a hardwaer and usage model independent layer built on the GNOME Mobile platform that provides one uniform way to do development across mobile devices, then enriched it with new open source technologies also intended for mobile development and usage.

The result is an integrated software experience designed for use on multiple platforms, including netbooks and nettops. The Fedora Moblin Spin is designed from the ground up for the social media maven with full UX integration into Twitter, Identica and numerous other social networks, integrated instant messaging including Jabber and numerous other IM networks. With media viewing for all your photos, videos and music as well as calendaring and email, you will never miss another moment, meeting, or message.

Try the future of the mobile internet today. Learn more.

Fedora Moblin

Fedora Moblin

Moblin™ is a trademark or registered trademark of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


About ardian
I'm a young free/libre open source software/linux, enthusiast who has been working on promoting FLOSS in Kosovo. I'm helping my fellow peopel here in Kosovo in learning GNU/Linux. I helped run the first SFK09(Software Freedom Kosova 09) conference. I organised and talked in many locations in my country. I also have been learning and working on the OpenStreetMap project for Kosovo. I'm working on translating different software packages into Albanian.

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