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UPDATES: Sources close to HP tell us that it won't be the entire Enyo team leaving, though Matt McNulty — the man in charge of the project — will be among the departing crew.
We've now received an official statement from HP, which references the roadmap (with September release) announced back in January:
We're pleased with the traction Enyo has gained to date and plan to continue its development along with the open source community. The Open webOS project is on schedule and we remain committed to the roadmap announced in January.
Rumors: Is HP webOS Enyo team going to Google ?
At this time apparently it is a rumor. However the Verge is pointing out the news as exclusive:
The HP team responsible for Enyo — webOS's HTML5-based application framework that debuted on the TouchPad — will be leaving the company and starting at Google shortly, The Verge has learned. What this means for the future of Open webOS is unclear; Enyo and the developers supporting it are central to HP's open source strategy for the operating system going forward, and it's hard to say whether this move will have any effect on the planned late 2012 release for version 1.0.
What Android could learn from webOS is a lot and Matias Duarte knows it.