"Meld provides a forum for developers of all skill levels to connect and share information, ideas and software around embedded Linux designs," writes eWeek's Darryl K. Taft. "The Meld community will also feature social networking capabilities, in addition to bringing embedded Linux developers together in an online community. In Meld developers can: Participate in discussions groups to collaborate on difficult design problems, sharing their expertise; use Meld's People Map to find others who share similar interests in architectures, host OS and other topics; and identify subject matter experts and leverage their knowledge and experience to solve their own design challenges."
"Meld has been running since January as an invitation-only beta site, open to a group mainly of Network World's John Cox. "With its launch this week at the Embedded World conference in Germany, Meld is being opened to embedded Linux developers worldwide. MontaVista executives stress that the vendor is only a sponsor, and that Meld is a community site for all embedded developers, no matter what Linux implementation they're using."customers and partners," writes