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RPM is just a packaging format; it mandates nothing about the system the package is to be installed on. This is why RPM packages may or may not be cross-compatible between distributions. For instance, two distros may have different versions of Python, or have the same package and call it different names, or any number of such things. Fortunately it's usually quite easy to rebuild a source RPM package onto your system.

As for Meego in particular, it's based on Intel/Fedora's Moblin project, so if you're wanting to bring RPMs into it, the Fedora repos, and third party repos for Fedora such as RPM Fusion, would be the place to start.
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