MeeGo is the new Linux-based operating system borne out of the ashes merger of Moblin and Maemo. While the two groups merged just last month, the folks at SlashPhone are reporting that the first version of MeeGo will be available by the end of March.
The new build will be compatible with Intel Atom-powered netbooks as well as the Nokia N900 internet tablet which currently runs Maemo.
It’s not entirely clear what the new OS will look like, as a lot of the project is “still under discussion.” But it doesn’t sound like it will be long before talk turns to action.
Are you looking forward to seeing MeeGo? Or are you happy with your current netbook operating system choices?