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    [size=36][COLOR=navy][FONT=Georgia]OPEN SOURCE MIUI PROJECT[/FONT][/COLOR][/SIZE][/B]

    [FONT=georgia][B][FONT=Georgia]- by leeech /MIUI.us[/FONT][/font][FONT=georgia]

    [FONT=Georgia]Published on 11-24-2012 12:31 PM [/FONT]

    [FONT=Georgia]If you follow any miui.us developer chances are you have over heard some talk of a open source Miui project.
    You may ask yourself what does it matter if Miui is closed or open? A
    lot of the community is happy with stopping by their particular
    fansite each week, grabbing the new release and moving on. [/FONT]

    [FONT=Georgia]Well from a developer stand point Miui being closed source has been
    a huge burden. There are very few developers outside of China have
    access to beta builds through out the week. Even with them it does
    nothing more then give us the opportunity to see what may be coming
    down the pipe on Friday. [/FONT]

    [FONT=Georgia] We
    translate the officially supported devices and port these to unofficial
    devices. With no real communication as to what they have done code
    wise week to week. When bugs exist the experienced developers scramble
    to try to figure out a fix or band aid to get through to the next week.
    The truth is that it is not always easy and sometimes builds will
    suffer. [/FONT]

    [FONT=Georgia] Through the years many
    great developers have gotten tired and moved on. Most very reluctantly
    since the huge attraction to Miui is the beauty. Hands down we all
    know that no theming system is as nice. [/FONT]

    [FONT=Georgia]No one came can blame Miui for this. Miui is owned by the Xiaomi
    corporation. If you didn't know they have their own branded phone
    released with their own software. They have a goal in mind and we can't
    argue that. Corporations will do what corporations do, which is
    protect their investment and make money. [/FONT]

    [FONT=Georgia] The problem is that doesn't jive the nature of our android community!!![/FONT]

    [FONT=Georgia] Just the idea of a aosp</acronym>
    Rom with all the features we have come to love from Miui has a lot of
    people as excited as we are. This will be a slow process because the
    nature of the work. We have no intention on rushing in. We have a lot
    of ideas and a lot of things to consider. [/FONT]

    [FONT=Georgia]More information will be released as the project matures. In the
    mean time we have some screen shots that will show progress is being
    made[/FONT]

    by acer73 / xda[/FONT][/B]
    [FONT=georgia][FONT=Georgia]Published on [/FONT]18th November 2012 at 09:22 PM

    bad news or great news [DLMURL="http://twitter.com/miuirom"]@miuirom[/DLMURL]
    why is it you guys want more fan sites and international followers
    when you have neglected to inform developers that your new
    installd binary limits port developers to creating miui ports for
    non-official devices.[/FONT]

    [FONT=georgia] It seems
    you guys are creating a walled garden os like apple. Over the last
    few months you guys have dropped the ball on the rom and quality
    seems to be replaced with ideas of monetizing the rom. You are
    probably aware of an open source effort to re-make miui framework as
    people are growing tired of the lack of support for international
    users. Oppo finder is another prime example of issues. No aapt
    source from you or oppo china. Cc: [/FONT]

    [FONT=georgia] ***
    after this message miui.us starting with open miui. The next is my
    last miui on china project. I support new open project and hope
    that polimorph and hoschi will make similar choose. [/FONT]

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