We shouldn't move the entire stack to MeeGo: it's not a universal OS:
Intel targets its Atom CPUs, Nokia targets Qualcomm CPUs and AMD (+ATI) is completely out of the picture.
MeeGo is an OS for specific mobile devices.
But we should try to get the Orbiter code into the MeeGo Architecture.http://meego.com/developers/meego-architecture
The best way to achieve that is to have a LinuxMCE dev:
1) to code a "MeeGo for Netbooks" Orbiter
2) to "sell" his code to the MeeGo team
3) to adapt his code to the MeeGo "look"
4) to adapt his code for the upcoming tablets and phones.
This is a long-term commitment, that can only be achieved by a motivated LinuxMCE dev.
But the rewards will be huge: to have every MeeGo device as a ready-to-use Orbiter is the best possible promotion for the LinuxMCE project !