from the if-you-love-something-set-it-free dept.
angry tapir writes "While Android is open source, it won't work on a phone without software that generally isn't open source. The Replicant project is an attempt to build a version of Android that doesn't rely on binary blobs for which the source code isn't available to end users, and the software currently works on a handful of handsets. I caught up with the project's lead developer to talk about their efforts to make a completely open source version of Android."
Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions
for scratch space after they are finished calling them?