Apparently the guys at Canonical want to cover more market than they are generally looking forward to.
Now we see that he wants to throw high and chop the tablets with the news that an installer has come out "One-click" to install Ubuntu on Nexus 7 of Google. That while it doesn't seem like a bad idea or a bad move to me, I question myself the fact that Canonical is wanting to cover so much.
In theory the installer is used in a simple way and all you need is to have the bootloader unlocked to do this process. Before you ask me, I have not investigated how to do it nor can I tell you why because to be honest I am not interested in installing Ubuntu on a tablet; Canonical mentions that this is just a testing phase and that the system still lacks a lot of things, so it is aimed at people who want to test and flirt with some geek girl for a while and tell her "Look, I have Linux on my tablet", but for everyday use, or even functional, I doubt it will work.
Touching again the statement of wanting to chop more than it can chop, for me Canonical is dispersing the effort too much instead of focusing it on important points and carrying out more complete projects, I say, Ubuntu as a system has its problems, they have the project with Android and they have Unity, which also needs more strength to be printed on it.
In short, the news is not too long or deep, nor do I intend to talk about what Canonical does or does not do.