Re: Of course they need to pay devolopers to develop for Tizen
"One has to ask why they chose the awful-sounding Enlightenment to base their company's future on ?"
Once upon a time Red Hat used Enlightenment as its default window manager. It could do all kinds of kewl things (e.g add chrome handle bars to windows, transparency etc). but it hogged resources, was extremely badly documented and impossibly complex for users to configure.
So Red Hat dumped it for GNOME and a WM called Sawfish. It sounds like the E devs really haven't learned much over the years.