Just read Symbian Foundation web sites to shut down. It paints a pretty horrible picture.
As a result, we expect our websites will be shutting down on 17th December. We are working hard to make sure that most of the content accessible through web services (such as the source code, kits, wiki, bug database, reference documentation & Symbian Ideas) is available in some form, most likely on a DVD or USB hard drive upon request to the Symbian Foundation.
Umm... DVD or USB drive? It won't be transferred to Forum Nokia or anything?
Source repositories will cease to be available when we shut down the developer.symbian.org site
We will not be hosting the source or the kits
So, nothing said about getting the source code or devkits from anywhere else either...
We are working with Nokia to see how best to make official documentation available.
Ok, so some documentation might be available from Nokia afterwards?
This all reads too much like "Symbian is dead after the Foundation is gone and nobody will continue with it." I'm not sure if it's a good or a bad thing, though...
On a side note. Wondering if EU/EC will give the millions of euros they allocated for Symbian Foundation to Nokia? I hope not. It was supposed to help Europeans compete with the USA etc. I just don't know why we should give money to a system that is used by a single company. I hope we're not giving it now.
Update! Seems there is some more information available. They're saying Symbian will be "at least as open as now", there will be no councils and Nokia will deliver >50 million Symbian devices. But those are just plans...