- Oct 1, 2013
Hi Kim, thanks very much for joining! And thank you, too, for your straightforward response to the existing objections against closed-source chipsets.
Most of us are willing to accept that, in these initial stages of developing a uniquely fairer phone, some temporary modesty might have to be shown, alas.
Hence, this majority of enthusiasts will put faith in statements like yours, above, that such criticism will, in some time, still find its way into further architectural improvements.
I suppose we all hope you'll keep listening to this devoted followers' base, helping to find the best translations possible of all that aspiration, into smart, fair, open and highly sympathetic design...
In other words, please keep up the great work and thanks for checking in!
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Thanks for your positive comments and support!
FairPhone is a story. The first chapter has been a bit closed in regards to community involvement. We believe and hope the next step will be much more open.
We want and need the ideas and critics from the community. I will do my best to listen, respond and take into account everything I hear from the community.
This is very much a learning process for us as well.