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Gold Master release party

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12.1 closing in!

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  • 12.1 closing in!
  • openSUSE 12.1 on the road to Goldmaster - and one bug more fixed
  • WebYaST 0.3 is out
  • openSUSE Weekly News Issue 200 is out

Adventures In Computing: From OpenSuse To Ubuntu

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epstudiossoftware.com: New releases of Linux distributions tend to occur more rapidly than new releases of Windows or Mac OS X. New Linux distro releases have the latest versions of the Linux kernel, as well as the most up-to-date versions of useful open-source software programs. In other words, cool stuff.

Will you Party?

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openSUSE Weekly News Issue 199 is out

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20 years of Linux: Looking back, forging ahead

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zdnet.com: Linux has left quite a legacy over the past 20 years: powering the fastest supercomputers, running businesses, assisting soldiers in battle, and producing Oscar-winning movies among many other uses.

Coffee talk with Michael Miller

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news.opensuse.org: Friday 16.09, while working on the openSUSE 12.1 marketing actions during the Marketing Hackfest, two of us had the spontaneous idea to suggest an interview to Michael Miller(Vice President of Global Alliances & Marketing for SUSE), asking him a few questions we could have in the openSUSE community.

New Style for YaST2

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OpenSUSE 12.1 delivers Fedora punch with GNOME 3

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theregister.co.uk: The big news in openSUSE 12.1, whose first beta has recently dropped, is the arrival of GNOME 3 – in this case GNOME 3.2.

openSUSE Weekly News 197

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