Jono Bacon answered questions at CES 2013 (related to closing windows, terminal, respins, etc)
CES 2013 is a widely known and appreciated IT event, centering cutting-edge technologies into demos, explanations, talks, presentations, etc, bundle of knowledge exposed with the main purpose of moving exciting technologies into the public space.
Ubuntu for Android, Ubuntu TV, Ubuntu Nexus 7 Installer are technologies unveiled/developed by Canonical (across the latest months), innovative attitude that recently generated a new member for the Ubuntu family of interfaces, namely Ubuntu for phones.
A solid team of Ubuntu developers attended CES 2013, clearly presenting the phone OS, operating system containing fully accessible screen edges, desktop-like notifications, pleasant-to-the-eye home screen, handy launcher, etc.
Along with a massive amount of interest and positive reactions, users have expressed questions about the phone OS, desiring to fully grasp the phone interface and commonly used actions (such as closing a window, etc).
While attending CES 2013, Jono Bacon was interviewed and answered to a set of interesting questions, touching relevant aspects (yet, presently, not fully defined), such as terminal, closing windows, openness towards respins/forks, etc, answers available via the below clip.
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- Jono Bacon video demoes Ubuntu for phones at CES 2013
- Mark Shuttleworth: "That same application can give me a phone face here and a desktop face on the desktop" (CES 2013)