Android has managed to become the first mobile system in Europe, and although its evolution continues to be constant, within Google it is by no means the only operating system under development, and for some years now , we get to know small touches on Fuchsia OS, a system which to this day is still full of mystery.
Although the source code for this system has always been publicly available, Google has decided to make a major change to the project, allowing anyone to make contributions. Now alright How important is all of this?
Fuchsia OS now allows anyone to contribute to the project: what it means
One of the key aspects of Android’s success is its open nature. Our favorite mobile operating system has the advantage of being open source, allowing anyone to grab the code, learn more about it, or tailor it to their needs.
While this interest may seem interesting only to a programmer’s eyes, it is really something that should matter to us. Accessible source code is a sign of security, since anyone can verify that there is no hidden trap, but there is also a second core value, which is part of Android’s success.
That any user can contribute to the project it is a crucial part of your expansion. While it doesn’t seem very important that a home programmer can contribute to a project (although there are some who do and they are exceptionally good), the ability to contribute to an open source project large-scale opens the prohibition for other large companies to have weight in project decisions and to be able to create contributions that are standardized and end up being used in these projects.
As of today, Fuchsia OS, the successor to Android, already allows contributions from anyone. The direction of the project is still in the hands of Google, which decides which contribution is accepted, but it’s a big step that lets us see that the launch of Fucshia could be much closer than expected.
You can find out more about the project at fucsia.dev.
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