The Ubuntu Touch system has been up and running now for the better part of a month and, so far, has been totally stable with two larger system updates thrown in. All in all, I am impressed by the quality of it all. I think it is still a fairly niche system with a definite flair a bit like very early android.
First experiences of the Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system as a daily phone
Doing the second development step with the mapping in the motorcycle fuel injection system (TuneEcu)
Finding some answers to 4 questions:
What is important in your/my life?
What aims do you/I have?
What inspires you/me?
What does this mean for the structure of your/my daily life?
Whilst doing this I realised just how slick and smooth the android ecosystem is, it all works and the more complicated stuff runs unseen in the background, it is, undoubtedly, a serious achievement and has ripened and grown over the years from beginnings that were, perhaps, not too unlike ubuntu touch at the moment. I began to realise just how dependent I have become on the android ecosystem and resolved to move my “cloudliness” into somewhere a little less transparent to big tech companies.
I have got that pre-install feeling, part of me is a bit excited, some trepidation and part of me is braced for disaster.
I´ve now sourced a new xperia x for just under €100 in a slightly disturbing green colour, it definitely needs some sort of case to reduce the amount of visible green, I shall procure something…