Open sourcing Kirin
I've written a few times about the general dissatisfaction I (and the team at FP) have been feeling over HTML5 as a route for delivering great mobile apps across platforms.
Kirin isn't theory: after prototyping internally, we used it for the (as of last night) award-winning Glastonbury festival app (in the Android and Qt versions) and have established that it works on iOS too.
Now, we're a software services company; we aren't set up to sell and market a product, but we think Kirin might be useful for other people. So we've decided to open source it; and where better to do that than Over The Air, just after a talk from James Hugman (who architected Kirin and drove it internally).
You can find Kirin on GitHub here. Have a play, see what you think, and let us know how you get on.