Is Linux fragmentation really a problem for the mobile Linux looking to take market share from the iPhone? Possibly, if Linux was meant to actually compete like a proprietary platform.

This article gives us an indicate that Linux fragmentation is somehow a bad thing. I see this as a good thing instead, as it can lead to choice when a specific Linux based option is just not cutting it for you.

Others still, feel that all of the mobile Linux fragmentation out there is working against the mobile Linux mission. These individuals think that Linux needs to unify. Thankfully, it’s open nature of Linux in the mobile space, will prevent it from being tied down to any single vision.