Mac Developer: Android execs get technical talking updates, Project Treble, Linux, and more | Ars Technica
Android execs get technical talking updates, Project Treble, Linux, and more | Ars Technica: "Part of it is that we can see the scale, we kind of knew we were going to hit 2 billion users this year. Conveniently, we hit it before I/O. You start thinking about the scale of it, the impact of the product, and—it sounds grandiose, but—the responsibility you have to make sure it's good. For the release this year, rather than, "What are we releasing to make a phone good in 2017?," it was more like "What are we doing to Android to make sure Android is in a great place in the next 5 to 10 years?""
Could it mean bye-bye agile feature creep on all mobile devices? One can only hope...
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