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Meet us at Mobile World Congress 2018

It is soon time for Mobile World Congress, the biggest mobile trade show in the world, and we are going to be there!

Each year we attend MWC to show the world what we have been working on hard during the past year, and this year is no exception. In fact, this year we have even more exciting things to announce! For that, visit us during the event, follow us on our social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Diaspora* in order to receive the latest and greatest from Jolla and Sailfish OS!

Find us in Hall 5

Our booth will be situated in Hall 5, booth 5A41 where we will be showing off devices running Sailfish OS, where you can meet the sailors behind every project, and where we will hold our stand presentation.

See you at MWC 2018!

Visit this link in case you want to meet with us at the venue.

James Noori

Community Manager at Jolla. Gadget geek. Open source supporter and advocate. Long time Jolla blogger in a third party blog. Ready to change the world with unique and unusual alternatives!

19 Comments

  1. Good news. I hope to see you again this year :D

  2. Cool, i will try to come.
    BTW, are the pkgkit-problems, which postponed the 2.1.4.xx updates now solved?

    Would be nice to hear some information about this from you guys…

    • +1!!! When will we get the new Softwareupdate?

  3. Please jolla we need 2.1.4.x.x urgently.
    Thanks…

  4. Plus other good and interesting news!

  5. eagerly waiting to see what real is in the owen… ;)

  6. Don’t forget the refunds and updates @ https://blog.jolla.com/second_phase_refund/ still 3 month without refunds or updates.

    Please update when you say you will update. number of refundiees would be great too. We are all in the dark here.

  7. Dave isn’t the only one who wants their refund!
    @Jolla, please give us our refund or keep us posted on what you are planning to do regarding it! Thanks in advance.

    • Well spotted!
      This may explain why Jolla has been delaying releasing open source components. Probably trying to keep leverage in commercial negotiations. Holefully acquisition doesn’t result in Russian backdoors in SailfishOS. Only way to be sure is if the source is available…

      • It could give a boost to Sailfish. But it would be wise if Jolla made clear that Sailfish stays independent. That Sailfish is not the same as SailfishRus.
        I wonder why the Russians were not be able to invent an attractive OS themselves. It’s mostly Google, Microsoft and Apple there, amazing. And because of all the spying we can understand that the Russians administration was searching for an alternative. And so they discovered Sailfish.

  8. @solo_man +1 Dave is my friend too :-)
    Please give us our refund and respect your promises.

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