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posted 2016-09-05 12:54:25 +0300

The most important feature of SailfishOS is being a Gnu/Linux modbile distribution. is it was mainly about being a platform for Android Apps, then I would prefer Cyanogen (which is at least free as in freedom). so, the most important step to handle lack of applications support is to develop SFOS ecosystem.

yet, at the current state of SFOS, Android support does seem to be a vital work-around, and the ongoing process of Android ecosystem, to increase Propriety frameworks dependency, makes SFOS Android support less and less practical. the only way I can see to work-arounf THIS problem is to create the best-possible support of microG in SFOS, including but not limited to, upgrading Alien-Dalvik, enabling Signature spoofing, patching microG or even implementing parts of microG as native SFOS services.

another important point, which I don't know what it's status but might be addressed, is SFOS support for HTML5/js applications.

The most important feature of SailfishOS is being a Gnu/Linux modbile distribution. is if it was mainly about being a platform for Android Apps, then I would prefer Cyanogen (which is at least free as in freedom). so, the most important step step, in order to handle lack of applications support support, is to develop SFOS ecosystem.

yet, at the current state of SFOS, Android support does seem to be a vital work-around, and the ongoing process of Android ecosystem, to increase Propriety propriety frameworks dependency, makes SFOS Android support less and less practical. the only way I can see to work-arounf work-around THIS problem is to create the best-possible support of microG in SFOS, including but not limited to, to: upgrading Alien-Dalvik, enabling Signature spoofing, patching microG or even implementing parts of microG as native SFOS services.

another important point, which I don't know what it's status but might be addressed, is SFOS support for HTML5/js applications.