> As Mycroft client is in Python it'd be important for us to run it > natively in mobiles. > 2. Anyone knows if Python will be natively supported for Ubuntu mobiles > versions? Are there any restrictions or particularities for that to > happen? AFAICT there's no plans to support Python as a developer language for the platform, mostly because of resource considerations. Python (only version 3), however, is available on the device today, so if Mycroft became part of the platform, shipped on the devices, it'd need to be packaged as a .deb with appropriate dependencies. Note that, without knowing how you want to integrate, I can't comment on whether it's even a possibility for the products.
As we move to a Snappy based system apps will be able to include the interpreter of their choice. So if, for instance the Mycroft developers wanted to include Python3 they could and Snapcraft makes that pretty easy. The difficult part here is that the interfaces may not have Python libraries to access them, which is where choosing a different language could become tricky.
It is important to note that in a Snappy world the base system doesn't have an accessible Python3 interpreter. And I don't believe anything that would be shipped as part of a Unity8 framework would ship it.