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Less than a year after announcing Android, the open-source phone operating system intended to jump-start the mobile Internet, Google began sharing the project's underlying source code.
"Our plan is a launching point for a much more vibrant open-source community," said Rich Miner, vice president of Google's mobile platforms business. "For the past almost four years, this has been a large effort between Google and our partners. There have been a lot of people working on the code, but that's going to be multiplied by several orders of magnitude."
Google said it will offer a compatibility test suite to ensure various versions of Android remain compatible.