The MeeGo 1.2 Tablet UX is now officially open source, which should go some way to make it easier for developers to work on testing and submitting tablet applications. Of course, just a couple of months ago, the Tablet UX was not fully open source yet, but now that things have apparently taken a turn for the better, we look forward to see what the user community is able to deliver with their passion, spare time and effort. This release will offer a touch-optimized user interface for MeeGo tablets, while rolling out the new panels UI concept alongside a suite of built-in applications for Web browsing, personal information management and media consumption. It is currently a work-in-progress under active development and considered pre-alpha, so do expect some kinks – nay, a handful of them in the process of refinement until the polished product is ready to rock and roll.
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