Hewlett-Packard kicked the first open source component to WebOS out the door today, along with a calendar for when its source code will be completely open.
The first part of WebOS to go open is Enyo, which also received a version bump to 2.0 today. Enyo is a developer's tool for writing a single app that will work across multiple mobile devices and PC browsers, including Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, iOS, Android, and WebOS itself.
The company plans to release several components per month from now until September. February will get the intended project governance model, QT WebKit … Read more