In addition to code and projects hosted on opensource.motorola.com, Motorola actively participates in many projects within the Open Source community. Original, Motorola-sponsored code and projects from the company are hosted on this site, while contributions to other communities or projects are made directly to the existing project's site/repository.
Motorola participates in, and contributes to, the following Open Source projects and communities:
- Precision Process Accounting - Improvements to the Linux kernel to enhance system capacity, security, availability and reliability. This project also enables faster root cause analysis of issues.
- ARM Linux Kprobes Port - A port of the Kprobes kernel debugging tools to the ARM Linux project.
- WebKit Browser Engine Project - Motorola is porting ~WebKit to our Linux-Java platform and will be making these changes available to the ~WebKit community.
- GStreamer - Motorola is contributing bug and performance fixes.
- OpenSAF - Open Source Service Availability Frameworks project comprised of Ericsson, HP, Motorola, and Nokia Siemens Networks. Motorola is contributing SAF code to this project.
- InfoDock - Integrated productivity tool set built atop XEmacs with an extended menu-based user interface
- OO-Browser - Object-oriented class browser for Emacs with support for browsing C, C++, Common Lisp, Eiffel, Java, Objective-C, Python and Smalltalk
- Hyperbole - Open, efficient, programmable information management and hypertext system for any UNIX platform supported by Emacs
- VHDL Mode - Emacs major mode for editing VHDL (Very High Speed Integrated Circuit Hardware Description Language) code
- JSR Contributions - Java Specfication Request development and reference implementations, including JSRs 271, 82, 118, and 135.
- Gatling - Gatling is an open and extensible test framework for mobile devices.
Motorola's Open Source Standards Contributions
Motorola participates in many Open Source standards efforts such as: