Install Meego on Nexus One, Desire, Streak
Android now has a new custom ROM being developed by Open source communities every other week. There are so many custom ROMs to chose from, you can always landup getting a the one that suits your taste.
Now you can dual-boot your favorite Android OS with a 2nd Meego OS. Some progress has been made in booting the Linux-based Maemo 5 successor, MeeGo, on select Android devices. Currently Nexus One, Streak, and HTC Desire are all based on the Snapdragon QSD8250 and it is that chipset the development community is focusing on.
The developments is currently suffering from issues with driver portability especially with multitouch, camera. The biggest hurdle is with closed-source nature of Qualcomm 3D drivers, preventing hardware acceleration of the user interface and resulting in painfully slow response times.
However, Nexus One port appears to be making progress the fastest, with dev @vgrade recently tweeting the above pictures of the MeeGo homescreen and menu. Likewise, @Termana posted a blurry image of the homescreen on the HTC Desire.
Discussion of the port is Live in the #meego-arm IRC network, go feed yourself some food, if you are a geek.
Headover to Tutorial on How to Install Meego on Nexus One, HTC Desire or Dell Streak
Update: Install MeeGo on Nexus S