Couldn’t Jolla just include Volla in its Xperia X program. I don’t think that Sony is paying any license fees to Jolla. Okay, Sony offered the Open Device program to Jolla, what actually made the Xperia X program possible. But for the situation with Volla it would be the same. A win win situation. I like the concept of Volla OS its minimalistic approach and the focus on the important stuff. But it stays an Android-fork, and since we don’t know how much data still flows to Google, SFOS would be a great alternative. Sailfish OS needs devices, Volla promotes privacy, so to make their customers happy, they have to offer it with hard and software, remember Blackberry. Volla phone could make a huge advertising for Sailfish os. So why stand on the license fees. If a state, or other big corporation wants to use the software it makes sense. But here, they would bite in their own foot. So please @jovirkku overthink the whole situation only with a broader userbase, SFOS has the possibility to get importance in the market. As soon as SFOS will be seen in the mobile devices market share, people will take it seriously, and consider it an alternative, but as long as it doesn’t appear their, most people will not even know from the existence. We are living in a Gapple world. Younger generations might even don’t know Symbian, Bada, Winphone, Webos, Blackberry OS. So for the sake of multilateral market with mobile OSes we need SFOS to succeed.