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posted 2015-02-12 15:52:55 +0300

This same "news" was posted in Jolla Pionewr Fans FB-group already some days ago, and I'd tend to think that there is really nothing (or hardly any) substantial to get exited about in this "governmental" announed commitment to support #Tizen or #SailfishOS, but more likely the use of tech. industry competition and global financial market stance by Russia as a info/cyberwar battlefront against maybe U.S.and European coalition in regards to the instable situation in eastetn Europe currrently.

Of course, I see no problem with open tech devs and enthusiasts from all over the world to support and advocate #open techs, platforms and #unlike communities, but mixing internatioinal political instabilities and governmental entities to these matters should IMO be avoided, and at the minimum, such announcements taken with a grain of salt; international politics and open technologies don't mix well :(

This same "news" was posted in Jolla Pionewr Fans FB-group already some days ago, and I'd tend to think that there is really nothing (or hardly any) substantial to get exited about in this "governmental" announed commitment to support #Tizen or #SailfishOS, but more likely the use of tech. industry competition and global financial market stance by Russia as a info/cyberwar battlefront against maybe U.S.and European coalition in regards to the instable situation in eastetn Europe currrently.

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Of course, I see no problem with open tech devs and enthusiasts from all over the world to support and advocate #open techs, platforms and #unlike communities, but mixing internatioinal political instabilities and governmental entities to these matters should IMO be avoided, and at the minimum, such announcements taken with a grain of salt; international politics and open technologies don't mix well :(