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Flora is not approved by the Open Source Initiative.
whether developers can legally use the native application framework and its graphical components to make GPL applications. Its SDK is built on top of open source components, The roots of Tizen date back to 2007 with the creation of the Li Mo Foundation.
On September 16, 2012, the Automotive Grade Linux Workgroup announced it will work with the Tizen project as the reference distribution optimized for a broad set of automotive applications such as instrumentation cluster and in-vehicle-infotainment (IVI). The first week of October 2013, Samsung's NX300M smart camera became the first consumer product based on Tizen; it was sold in South Korea for a month before its OS was revealed at the Tizen Developer Summit, then became available for pre-order in the United States in early 2014 with a release date of March 1.
The first Tizen tablet was announced by Systena in June 2013, a 10-inch quad-core ARM with 1920×1200 resolution that was eventually shipped in late October 2013 as part of a development kit exclusive to Japan.
Tizen applications for mobile devices can be developed without relying on an official Tizen IDE as long as the application complies with Tizen packaging rules.
In May 2013, a community port of Qt to Tizen focused on delivering native GUI controls and integration of Qt with Tizen OS features for smartphones. Extending open source software and patenting the extension is an option that most open source licenses do not restrict.
Later in 2013 Samsung merged its homegrown Bada project into Tizen.
Members of the Tizen Association represent major sectors of the mobility industry, from numerous areas of the world.
The Tizen Association is led by a Board of Directors from Samsung, Intel, Huawei, Fujitsu, NEC, Panasonic, KT Corporation, Sprint Corporation, SK Telecom, Orange, NTT Do Co Mo, and Vodafone.
Samsung's collaboration with the EFL project, and especially Carsten Haitzler, was known as Li Mo for years.
It was renamed Tizen when Intel joined the project in September 2011, after leaving the Mee Go project.
In 2011 the Mee Go project was abandoned by its peers with Intel joining forces with Samsung to create Tizen, a new project based on code from SLP.
The Linux Foundation also cancelled support of Mee Go in favor of Tizen.