Jolla SailfishOS seems interesting option as a mobile operating system, at least for a linux enthusiast like myself. During the last week news about interesting hardware adaptations have come to life. I had to try out the rom for the Nexus 7 (2012 grouper) available at the XDA Forums Nexus 7 discussions.
I was surprised how well it worked! Yes there are bugs and things that didn´t work, but for a first alpha release it was quite good. I´m actually still using it although I will soon switch back to some android rom. Yesterday there were some early rumors about HTC Desire HD port not available yet: http://www.jollausers.com/2014/09/sa...htc-desire-hd/
SailfishOS uses Cyanogenmod/Android for hardware drivers (libhybris) just like Ubuntu Touch.
Jolla has released a Sailfish OS Hardware Adaptation Development Kit Documentation giving quite detailed information how to build a version for different Android devices.
For hardware requirements a device with an ARMv7, supported by CyanogenMod 10.1.x is needed. I quess this should be ok. (Still memory, hardware keyboard support etc. are a question.)
But what do you think? Would you be interested to see this running on the HTC vision and are there anyone advanced enough interested to try porting this? I´m quite sure my own skills would not be enough to handle this task