Ubuntu founder and chief, Mark Shuttleworth is going to host a Ask Me Anything session in the popular content site, Reddit. The session was requested by a user of the Ubuntu subreddit. Jono Bacon, community manager of Ubuntu later confirmed the news that Mark Shuttleworth has agreed for the AMA session.
Jono Bacon posted in a Reddit thread:
Mark is happy to do an AMA. Just coordinating a time/date.
While the date hasnt been announced yet, you can get your questions ready, and let them answered by Mark Shuttleworth himself. Mark Shuttleworth earlier has done several sessions of question answer round, mostly about, Ubuntu, Canonical and free software culture. However, in this session, you can “Ask him anything.”
If you are not a existing Reddit user, it will be the right time to register yourself so that you can post your questions. Existing Reddit users can keep a watch at IAMA subreddit and pose questions when the AMA becomes live.
Earlier this month, US President Obama had hosted a AMA session and had answered a nice set of questions.