Fedora Mobility SIG is a group of contributors that are interested in running Fedora on portable devices such as phones and tablets. The revitalised SIG relaunched when open phone and tablet devices started to become available such as the Pine64 Pinephone.
Fedora Mobility is aiming to eventually create an official Fedora spin to run on mobile phones, tablets and other similar portable battery powered devices. Initial focus is on the PinePhone, but we hope to support other smartphones such as the Librem 5. The aim is to get a stable, open source Phone platform that can be used as a daily driver, with full upstream software.
Meetings are 16:30 UTC on #fedora-meeting on irc.freenode.net on the second Monday of each month. See: 
We communicate in the usual Fedora channels.
- #fedora-phone on Freenode - It's also bridged to Telegram and Matrix).
- We use the arm mailing list subscribe to here.
Getting Help and Getting Involved
The effort is still quite early on, quite a bit of the phosh desktop is in place and we're working to get a Fedora Remix for Fedora 34 which will have a regular image generated soon. There's a number of ways you can get involved and help out:
- Packagers: There are so many interesting packages that are not yet packaged for Fedora. You can find a list of things we need to package on Fedora Mobility issue tracker. Or of course you can contribute by packaging them yourself.
- Reviewers: People able to do package reviews can find a list of packages currently needing review in the Tracker Bug.
- Testers: If you have a small device and use Fedora on it, file bugs and add them as a blocker for the Fedora Mobility Tracker Bug.
- Bugs: Become a BugZapper and help us with Fedora Mobility related bugs.
- Hardware Enablement: If you have the skills to work with low level early firmware, kernel and related components there's a need for assistance for device bring up, kernel development, debug and fixes to get support upstream and fix issues with hardware.
- Software Develment: Fixes, features, mobile applications, improvement to existing Fedora applications to better run on phones and tablets.
Fedora Mobility has a reasonable amount of mobile focused packages available in Fedora Rawhide. Packages groups include:
- A functional touch desktop environment, phosh.
- A compatible touchscreen keyboard, squeekboard.
- A Calling application for making/receiving phone calls, Calls
- Numerous other Fedora applications such as Calendar, Maps, Contacts etc
Fedora recently added support for building aarch64 FlatPaks so we'll be looking at what applications can be packaged as FlatPaks to make them easily consumable.
The list of devices we're planning to initially support are as follows:
We will review other devices as opportunity and interest arises, if you're capable and interested in adding support for other devices do reach out or file a RFE in the Fedora Mobility issue tracker with details of how you can assist in adding support for the new device.
We have a few different places to report bugs and request features:
- For bugs in packages we use the Fedora package bugzilla. Please add the Tracker Bug as a blocking bug to the bug report so we're aware the issue relates to Mobility.
- For issues with the images, new package requests or RFEs we use the Fedora Mobility issue tracker.
Related Fedora projects
- The ARM architecture project.