If you just recall today’s date, 21st November, you are wise enough to point out what it will be crowned as, “Jolla Sailfish OS launch”. Yes, the day belonged to Jolla when it first launched its Sailfish OS at the Slush event in Helsinki, Finland. There were hypes all across the globe in the last few days regarding Jolla and we were also a part of it with every update at your door. But, along with the OS launch, the Jolla Website and its Wikipedia page have also breathed fresh air for the first time.
The website is located at http://jolla.com. At the first look, it is impressive with beautiful layout and design. The website welcomes you with a demo of their Sailfish OS. But the website is currently flooded with posts including hands on videos and news regarding their Sailfish OS launch as it’s the beginning. But as the Jolla program will advance further, so will be the website.
The Wikipedia page is located at https://sailfishos.org/wiki/Main_Page. The page is mainly for the developers who are interested to build some apps for the Sailfish OS. Most of the technical details for the OS are given there like it is a Mer project based core with a functional core Linux stack that boots up to the screen but without a UI and HW adaptation. So, if you develop an app for Mer, it will be compatible with Sailfish as well. But as the Jolla ecosystem is in its early phase at the moment, you’ll have to build your own copy of QtCreator and then work with the people in #mer and #nemomobile on irc. It also details one another UI Nemo that has its own apps compatible with Sailfish but not has been included yet. However, you can assume the same to start soon.