Last community update I asked a question on convergence and libertine container restriction...
I do think that my question was probably misunderstood or I was not clear enough in how I formulated it... So I do a second try.
Reading the announcement from Canonical (or seeing marks"Steve" Jobs" movie...). Ubuntu was aiming for convergence, one device that will be everything, phone, computer, desktop, laptop, tablet ...
Now also reading the latest blog on UBports (https://ubports.com/blog/ubports-blog-1/post/convergence-will-be-the-future-of-computing-46) it also summaries perfectly what draw my attention to the project initially.
Based on that announcement and also that blog post that this is what UBports also want to work on I rephrase my earlier question.
How will UBports team work with convergence? How will you be able to run anykind of Linux desktop software on your mobile device? In a container? In that case how will you restrict / give access to the system ?
Ex how will Libreoffice be able to access sdcards for storage or printers both through lan or cable? And how will that work in cellphone mode / desktop mode with monitor attached?
Or to get Linux desktop Skype working on your phone? Will it then be able to connect to your cameras?
How will you install Linux desktop SW? apt-get ? .\configure make? rpm deb ...
As a phone UT has a sleek UI and the privacy is for sure important, but I do think that many with me was hooked on the video with Mark throwing up a phone in the air that become a laptop etc... (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpWHJDLsqTU&t=168s and when he talks about 1000 of linux sw to choose from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h384z7Ph0gU)
Because if anything (Linux like) could be run on my phone... Theoretically I could then install Virrtualbox and run a Android image on it or even better snap the Anbox since it should already be installable on 16.04 desktop... Just when I need some Android related stuff...