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September 1, 2014

 

Official Release of LuneOS and Project Updates

 

WebOS Ports releases LuneOS with it's first release called Affogato. Read all about it at .

 

It’s been a long while since we back in June of 2013, but today after months of very hard work we are very proud and happy to provide our latest release to the community now named “LuneOS”.

The first eye catching change is the new name we’ll be using for our project going forward. The distribution will be called “LuneOS” instead of “WebOS Ports Open webOS” because it wasn’t very catchy.  Lune is the French translation of moon and refers to the user interface we all love so much in legacy webOS, LunaSysMgr, which is named after the Latin/Spanish translation of moon.

 

The release model for LuneOS is a rolling one where each of the releases will get its own name from a list of coffee beverages. This first release is “Affogato”....

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I am a fan of Lune OS. Primarily because:

It can be updated without a reinstall. It has the feel of the webOS formerly used on Palm and HP hardware, including a cards-based multitasking system and universal search. It has been described as "a niche mobile operating system maintained by enthusiasts".

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