Symbian is Open Soruce - Really?

In recent news, the Symbian Foundation announced that "All 108 packages containing the source code of the Symbian platform can now be downloaded from Symbian's developer web site". This is great news!

This morning I tried to look at the parts most interesting to me: phonesrv (implementing call engine, cell broadcast and SIM toolkit APIs) and poc (implementing push-to-talk). Their pages don't have the usual "source code" tab at the bottom right which links to mercurial and tarball download pages!

Either I'm too stupid, or I am unable to find any source code for those two components. I'm quite sure something essential like the API's for making phone calls are considered part of the Symbian platform. So how does that match with the statement that all packages containing the Symbian platform can now be downloaded?