In a recent visit to the Phillipines, Mark Shuttleworth mentioned Ubuntu for PDA's, support for non-technical users and the spread of Ubuntu.
Read it here in Manila Bulletin Online
Over the next couple of months, Shuttleworth said they would be providing round-the-clock global assistance for non-technical, enduser services such as sofware installation.
He expressed amazement at how Ubunte has progressed in the country since 2004, noting that, for last year alone, Canonical shipped a total of 57,000 Ubuntu CDs here. “Thats a lot if you compare it to Japan where we shipped only 1,600 CDs.”
Currently, he said his company is developing Ubuntu OS for personal digital assistants (PDAs). “Were on this because we believe 20 percent of Ubuntus growth will come from PDAs.”