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Welcome to Sequoyah's Wiki!

Here you will find more information about the Sequoyah project.


Sequoyah project's purpose is to be focused on the needs of all mobile developers. Inheriting components from TmL, MTJ and Pulsar projects, Sequoyah intends to remove the artificial barriers of Linux and Java in order to provide a home for all Eclipse mobile developers.


New & Noteworthy (TBD)

1.0.0 (TBD)
New & Noteworthy

Retention Policy

Retention Policy

Development Resources

Related sites

Phone meetings

Phone Meetings



Sequoyah currently contains the following components:

Device Framework

Responsible for providing an extensible platform to support mobile devices and their aggregate services.

VNC Protocol

A scratch implementation of RFB protocol to support visualize the frame buffer content. It can also promote the protocol communication interface between device and Sequoyah device framework.

VNC Viewer

Contains the libraries and plugins responsible for provide VNC connectivity.


Responsible for providing extensible support for any mobile application to be adapted for a specific region or language by adding locale-specific components and translating text.

Sequoyah is currently integrating MTJ and Pulsar components, such as: branding, perspective, signing, SDK discovery and permissions scanner.

There is interest in the project from Motorola and RIM, among others.


Sequoyah documentation


Inherited documentation


Sequoyah Team

Currently, engineers at Eldorado assigned to the project are Daniel Franco, Daniel Pastore and Marcel Gorri. Eric Cloninger of Motorola is the lead for the project. Christian Kurzke of Motorola operates as the architectural advisor.

You can find more details about all Sequoyah Contributors here.

Eclipse Con


Going Mobile, by Daniel Franco, Ruth Soliani and Eric Cloninger.
Eclipse for Mobile Application Development Panel, by Eric Cloninger.


Convergence in device software, by Mauren Brenner, Fabio Rigo and Eric Cloninger.

Summaries and archives

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