> As for, "BREW is Qualcomm's open source application development
> platform," well, I can't come up with any plausable explanation for that
> one that would match generally accepted definitions of "open source."
As for me I find many of the things that come of out Qualcomm's ad machine
quite warped and sometimes inaccurate.... but that's advertising. Anyway I just thought....
I think if you do become a BREW developer you can look at the source.... like you
with Java as a Java developer. Maybe that's what they mean by open source...
that source code is not a secret.
Am I right about that or is it just example code that they give out?
That doesn't make BREW open source in the traditional sense, but anyway....
Paul B. Lester
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Received on Mon Aug 30 10:23:49 2004