2012-05-29: Resolution independent release
Under usuall HD Downloads you will find 20120529 Alpha build of Cordia HD for i586.
This release brings patches to Hildon-Desktop that makes it work on resolutions other than 800x480.
2012-05-22: Experimental build for Nokia N900
2012-04-24: Fremantle stack for Mer
On the road to running Maemo5 stack on top of GTK+ 3, the intermediary step is to get it running on latest 2.x release with all DEPRECATED features disabled. This is just happened.
In the official GitHub repository of Cordia project you will find most recent GLib 2.32.0 and GTK+ 2.24.10 (with MAEMO_CHANGES), together with bleeding edge libhildondesktop 2.1.44, CSSU version of Hildon-Desktop 2.2.142-19 and current version of Mer they form a new (20120424) Alpha release of Cordia HD.
LiveUSB image is available as usual at HD Downloads.
2012-01-24: New year status update
Cordia Project is getting some speed recently.
I just finished porting Hildon library to GTK+ 3 (with help from muks) - github/Cordia/hildon
phaeron is working on packaging Dawati for Cordia Base, so we can offer you a Cordia SD version, while you wait for Hildon Desktop on Mutter port.
(Cordia SD ;-) is a Cordia subproject serving an upgrade for Moblin/MeeGo Netbook UX based netbooks.)
Things are looking good.
2011-10-18: First ALPHA release of Cordia HD
Thanks to the great work of Mer team, we were able to rebase and rebuild Cordia stack on top of Mer very fast. Thus we can present you a very early, alpha build of Cordia HD.
This one is for Atom Hardware Adaptation only (ie. runs on your Netbook), with "just" a Hildon-Desktop and no real apps.
You can get the ISO from Downloads (cordia-i586-20111018.0053.iso), install it (or just boot the LiveCD image) and start hacking!
2011-10-03: Cordia HD relation to Mer
Mer was publicly announced today.
It's time to make it official, that Cordia HD's upstream distribution is... Mer.
Cordia HD is one of the user experiences built on top of Mer provided core Linux distribution using Mer's hardware adaptations to run on specific devices. See Mer's README.
We feel that basing Cordia HD on Mer will give us solid base to grow.