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Comment: Android Source code (Score 4, Insightful) 166

by realdodgeman (#22402866) Attached to: First Sight of Google Android
Google does have a GIT repo for all the open source components of Android. The kernel is here: http://git.android.com/

You can also read (here) that

Over time, more of the code that makes up Android will be released, but at this point, we have been concentrating on shipping an SDK that helps application developers get started. In short: Stay tuned.
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+ - OOXML won't get fast-track ISO standardization->

Submitted by realdodgeman
realdodgeman (1113225) writes "International Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS) recently held an internal poll to determine the position that the United States should take on Microsoft's request for Office Open XML (OOXML) approval. With eight votes in favor, seven against, and one abstention, the group was one vote short of the nine votes required for approving OOXLM ISO standardization. This will mean a huge slowdown to the standardization to the OOXML format."
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