Canonical may have ceased development of the Ubuntu Touch operating system, but the open source community has continued work on the GNU/Linux mobile operating system. The UBports team has reported they are working on supporting both new devices for Ubuntu Touch and taking over support for legacy Ubuntu Touch devices. The project has received some additional funding and developers are working on the platform's core apps. Perhaps the most exciting news though is the community has created their own app store where developers can upload and share their Ubuntu mobile applications. Further information on UBports can be found in the project's recent question and answers blog post. Information on enabling the new Ubuntu Touch OpenStore app repository can be found here.