Hello Fedora ARM,
I have been working on a Linux-Apps-on-iPhone-&-iPad solution, called
QMole, for the last two years.
QMole's intention is twofold: 1) _enable graphical Linux applications on
the IOS platform_ and
2) _enable on-iPad development without the need for an Apple developer
account_. Given the
massive user base of the IOS platform, this is a potentially big step
for the Linux platform as
This comes against a backdrop of every greater encroachment on user
choice and freedom.
Now a user who has root access to the hardware they legitimately
purchased is deemed to
"jailbreak" suggesting somehow that this is not legitimate. Yet all the
user has done
is what would be a matter of course with any other, non smartphone,
Linux fought this battle before in a different dimension: with Windows.
People have taken this victory for granted. Like elsewhere, freedoms not
watched over, erode.
I want to reverse this trend before it is too late --- as the smartphone
takes over from PC.
That is why I created QMole. I am hoping to unleash a tide of Linux
users and more importantly
developers to descend on the dominant smartphone platform.
Please support and donate to our Kickstarter campaign at :
You are in a unique position to gives this project visibility if you
agree with its goal and spirit.
Your help would be much appreciated.