"Mark Shuttleworth posts his thoughts about Linaro. Canonical
will be working closely with the project, which has plans for
six-month release cycles like Ubuntu. Linaro will also be using
some Ubuntu infrastructure such as LaunchPad. "And finally, there
are teams aimed at providing out of the box 'heads' for different
user experiences. By 'head' we mean a particular user experience,
which might range from the minimalist (console, for developers) to
the sophisticated (like KDE for a netbook). Over time, as more
partners join, the set of supported 'heads' will grow —
ideally in future you'll be able to bring up a Gnome head, or a KDE
head, or a Chrome OS head, or an Android head, or a MeeGo head,
trivially. We already have [good] precedent for this in Ubuntu with
support for KDE, Gnome, LXE and server heads, so everyone's
confident this will work well."
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