The Enyo team of Hp states reports of its move to Google need clarification. According to yesterday report Google will be assimilating the WebOS framework that started on the failed TouchPad.
Today’s blog posted on the Enyo Web site today states that the majority of team exists, that growth of Enyo will persistent and that the Enyo team is flourishing.
To modify its report and citing unnamed sources, the Verge also explained that the person in charge of Enyo matt McNulty was included to those persons headed to Google, along with other members responsible for 99% of the code.
Geekscover got contact HP today to comment on those claims and was referred to the blog post of Enyo team (as follow). Google explained it had no comment just right now. We had like to clear up some of the news reports you have read out today regarding to Enyo.
It is true that many important members of the Enoy team have left the company, but most of the engineering and leadership team remains. We require assuring you that we are thrilled with the traction Enyo has obtained to date and redoubling our effort to persistent growth, working closely with the community.
Core of Enyo 2 core is rigid. We are listening pleasant things from the developers regarding to performance improvement in the last launch, and we have another thing to introduce on the way.
After that we will focus on spread the Onyx widget set. We have enlisted to help the developer relation engineering you well aware and love to support as we work to flourish the team.
That is right, we are flourishing, as we stated earlier this month. We are hiring…. Not just to replace the engineers who have recently left. If you want to access of Enyo to contribute, please let us know. And no doubt, all are welcome to contribute to the code by developing GitHub pull requests.