We haven’t talked much about Openmoko. Why? No, it’s not because it runs Linux. And, it’s not because there are other phones that are more stable.
The main reason we haven’t talked about Openmoko phones, are because they lack any form of high-speed data. With only GPRS, even the phone’s maker insists that it’s aimed at developers gearing up for the era of Linux phones. And, while some morons of the year disagree, we tend to listen to the phone’s maker on these things.
However, the makers of the Neo FreeRunner are at the forefront of the coming wave of Linux phones. Be it Android or LinMo, these phones are designed to literally speak the same language. And, kicking off our LinuxWorld 2008 coverage… we thought it would be a good idea to sit down and chat with them today.
So, post away your questions on the state of Linux, the Neo FreeRunner, or anything else you’d like to hear from Openmoko on.
Update: Your questions, answered in the comments. Feel free to keep asking questions, we’ll keep getting them answered.