Should it be done as a notice that the only supported keymap is US
english, or should we spend time to implement a proper keymap selection
process and applying the keymap?

How important is this feature relative to others?

I think there is no question that we can't only expect the world to use
the US-English keymaps and that only ever on Ubuntu Core (and being
french canadian I have my own preferences this would clash with too);
but we need to figure out what is the best way to go about handling this
in console-conf -- notice that the configuration here is us-eng only
(which seems suboptimal), or implement a complete keymaps selection
interface, and figure out a way to ship the relevant localization data
in the core snap or elsewhere?

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  console-conf should tell the user that the keyboard is US only

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