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If you want to become a part of the community and be a heavy hitter in the Ubuntu space, you're best bet is keeping people up-to-date through things like mailing lists about Ubuntu-specific products, or Ubuntu-customizable (in all the ways I mentioned, down to the super key) products. Heck, even a neat logo that differentiates your Ubuntu machines as their own breed, but that is probably way distant future if at all. I would sign up for that mailing list. In fact, if anything I say here now becomes a reality, I would want to know about it.
I think your action in becoming a part of the Ubuntu community as a hardware supplier is crucial. It will also help standardize what is to be expected from a hardware-perspective for Ubuntu-based laptops. If you target the developers, it's a niche subset of people, but they will be there to purchase. I guess what I'm saying is if you go all-in, you'll grab that niche. I don't believe they really have many other good options at the time, so there's not too much push from the market. But little OCD things like the super key will really get people to try to consider other options - a sticker to cover it up feels like cheating. :P
I'd love to hear if any of these changes happen, any way I can stay in the loop?