First time at the Q&A, so it might be a bit of a mouthful:
Get us excited about Focal! You mentioned that there won't be any noticeable changes in the user-facing side of the system once the migration hits. What will the 20.04 core allow the dev team to do, what should we expect to start seeing more of once we're on the new LTS?
The 20.04 migration has taken the dev team a good amount of time so far - a gargantuan task for sure. Do you expect to have an easier time porting to the future LTS releases - or are we doomed to a race to keep up?
How would one approach getting into contributing to the core apps? These have internal dependencies and a complex file structure, it seems - is there any documentation to read past the intro to Clickable?
Qt is an absolutely integral part of Ubuntu Touch. It is also proprietary, non-free (in both ways) software. Has the project encountered any trouble with that?
Thank you for this project. The fact that we have a daily drivable system outside of the big two is amazing. Even more amazing is how viable of a choice it's becoming. Just having both Anbox and Libertine in your pocket is a killer feature already - big props to all the devs that moved us all towards it.