I was under the impression that this wouldn't be possible due to their use of git, and so while they aren't making a big deal of it, you could, if you so desired figure out at which point they branched for 3.0 or 3.x and create your own version, they're just not going to make it easy because they'd rather you use the newer code built on top of that.
I assumed he was going to say it's not free software because they've not yet released the code above the linux level. If he's saying that it's only not considered free software by him because it will never be released, then I'd be interested in what he'd think if it's simply delayed and semi-obfuscated as part of a later version release.
Also, is Replicant targetting the Galaxy S II? I thought I read that it had the best support for the hardware without binary of proprietary chunks, but I don't see any mention of it on their site.
> Thus, Android 3, apart from Linux, is non-free software, pure and simple.
Couldn't agree more, happy to see Stallman call it: Android 3.x is clearly not open source.