Today I have received news that Dell has released the source code of the GPL licensed software on the Dell Streak at http://opensource.dell.com/releases/streak. This includes, among other things, the source code to the Linux kernel they are using on the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
This is good news! However, I have not yet checked if that source code release can be considered complete and corresponding as demanded by the GPL. At least it includes a small README file explaining how to build the sources.
I'm not very much into the Android world, but I have heard that Dell is already shipping different Android versions for the Streak. If this is true, then there should be multiple source code releases, one for each binary release they have. If you know more about available firmware versions for the streak, feel free to contact me privately.
Overall, it is great to see this release. On the other hand, it is pretty sad that we've had to do go down the gpl-violations.org enforcement route. Ever since the Streak released in the US months ago, customers are claiming to have contacted Dell forums, emailed Dell Support, asked in the Dell live web-chat and asked via twitter - without the source code being released.
Also, if you are under the impression that the Dell GPL source code as it has been released is incomplete, please let me know the exact technical details of what you think is missing, or why that source code is not matching what is running on your device. Thanks in advance.