The Linux system that runs on the BUG is a derivative of OpenEmbedded. OpenEmbedded is like BUG Linux's big pappa. Like all open source projects, OpenEmbedded relies on a community of developers and enthusiasts to move the project forward. We, of course, through our use of OpenEmbedded, the open source drivers and software we write, our work with open source java on the arm, OSGi, etc. have tried to be good samaritans in the open source world, giving back when we can.
On top of that, as a company, we're very interested in good design. Luckily we have some great people on board helping us with this. Teams from Ecco and IDEO have worked on our industrial design, but most of our graphic design comes from our very talented art director, Mateo. And with Mateo's talent at the ready, we've taken a look at how we can help open source projects in non-traditional ways. The upshot is, Mateo's done design work for a couple of open source projects and notably, helped the Concierge and OpenEmbedded projects with new logos.
The OpenEmbedded logo went live on their site recently, and we're all proud to see it. So this is just a little shout out to Mateo and his effort to make the open source world a little more beautiful.