Ubuntu Edge is probably Canonical’s biggest project so far, and Mark Shuttleworth is prepared answer all of the questions, personally, in an AMA session on Reddit.
Canonical has announced its multimillion dollar project Ubuntu Edge just a couple of days ago and, so far, it is doing great.
Just providing the blueprint for an amazing device, with some crazy technical specifications, is not enough. For this project to succeed, Canonical’s founder Mark Shuttleworth will need the full support of the Linux community.
This can be done in a few ways, but nothing beats an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session on Reddit, at 9.30 Pacific Time, in a place where users are not pulling any punches and where sincerity is rewarded, sometimes.
If you want more details about Ubuntu Edge, you should check our initial report of the launch.