[Q] MeeGo Port?
While this might not be possible with a Droid Eris, I would like to suggest possibly looking into a MeeGo OS port for Android Phones. http://meego.com/
I have no experience in coding, but am a heavy design fanatic. I know Photoshop like the back of my hand, to sum it all up. If anyone is interested in working on a project like this, MeeGo Day 1 has launched: meaning that the source code for mobile devices is now available. There are pre-compiled binaries available on the meego home page.
It's important to note that MeeGo is meant for Moorestown CPU devices at this time, so it will DEFINITELY
not run on a Droid Eris at this time, or any other android devices.
I think that with some tweaks to the source however, it can be compiled into a binary to run off of android phones. I might be wrong in assuming this, but I believe it would be possible; especially on high end phones such as the Droid X, Samsung Galaxy S, the Evo 4G, or Droid 2.
As a owner of an eris though, I would think that maybe, with a lot of community support, and a lot of developers, we could get this to work. MeeGo has been nothing but a dream OS on my netbook; running the mobile version would be fantastic.
I'm posting this in Eris General as opposed to Android General, because I want to see what people think of the idea: users and developers. Vote on the poll if you think it's worth a shot from the development side of things.