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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maemo Maemo] is an operating system originally developed by Nokia in collaboration with many open source projects (the [http://maemo.org/intro/ Maemo community]) before Nokia abandoned it. The community now takes responsibility in developing fully open source Maemo for a variety of mobile devices including the Pinephone.  
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maemo Maemo] is an operating system originally developed by Nokia in collaboration with many open source projects (the [http://maemo.org/intro/ Maemo community]) before Nokia abandoned it. The community now takes responsibility in developing fully open source Maemo for a variety of mobile devices including the Pinephone.  


Maemo Leste is basically [https://devuan.org/ Devuan] for mobile devices. The version Maemo 7 Leste is an ARM64 port of Devuan Ascii (Debian Stretch) and runs the mainline Linux kernel. The default user interface is [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hildon Hildon], but this can be changed. They are working on an upgrade to Devuan Beowulf (Debian Buster) as well as simultaneous support for both Devuan and Debian. In addition to the main repository, they [https://maemo-leste.github.io/maemo-leste-repositories-and-community-packages.html announced] a [https://github.com/maemo-leste-extras/bugtracker community repository]. To keep updated they use automation in their package maintenance with [https://github.com/maemo-leste/jenkins-integration jenkins] (similar to [https://www.debian.org/devel/buildd/ debian's buildd]). Porting packages to Maemo Leste is basically a simple matter of porting to arm64 version of Debian, which benefits both projects.
Maemo Leste is basically [https://devuan.org/ Devuan] (Debian without systemd) for mobile devices. The version Maemo 7 Leste is an ARM64 port of Devuan Ascii (Debian Stretch) and runs the mainline Linux kernel. The default user interface is [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hildon Hildon], but this can be changed. They are working on an upgrade to Devuan Beowulf (Debian Buster) as well as simultaneous support for both Devuan and Debian. In addition to the main repository, they [https://maemo-leste.github.io/maemo-leste-repositories-and-community-packages.html announced] a [https://github.com/maemo-leste-extras/bugtracker community repository]. To keep updated they use automation in their package maintenance with [https://github.com/maemo-leste/jenkins-integration jenkins] (similar to [https://www.debian.org/devel/buildd/ debian's buildd]). Porting packages to Maemo Leste is basically a simple matter of porting to arm64 version of Debian, which benefits both projects.


More detailed information can be found on [https://leste.maemo.org/Main_Page the Maemo Leste wiki], or follow [https://maemo-leste.github.io/ announcements on their website], and check out [https://leste.maemo.org/Leste_FAQ Frequently Asked Questions].  
More detailed information can be found on [https://leste.maemo.org/Main_Page the Maemo Leste wiki], or follow [https://maemo-leste.github.io/ announcements on their website], and check out [https://leste.maemo.org/Leste_FAQ Frequently Asked Questions].  
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