datamation.com: To hear fans talk, without Ubuntu, Linux desktops would be still be basic window managers. Even Mark Shuttleworth, Ubuntu's founder, recently implied that those who questioned him held the view that "Linux is supposed to be hard so it's exclusive."
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zdnet.com: A look at the latest release of openSuSE, which is so good I have installed it as the default boot on all of my computers.
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h-online.com: With the new version, 12.3, the openSUSE developers are presenting an update of their popular Linux distribution that offers a redesigned, elegant desktop, updated software and various technological improvements.
ostatic.com: Hear ye, hear ye! I proudly take it upon myself as an interested observer and bit of an advocate to proclaim the release of openSUSE 12.3 as achieved. Come one, come all, step up and download the latest from the Geeko.
linuxinsider.com: Last month, Jos Poortvliet's job as openSUSE community manager brought his career full-circle. He was chosen to lead a discussion on open governance at the Summit of New Thinking in Berlin.
readwrite.com: Remember SUSE? Way back when it was the cutting-edge Linux distribution, and held its own with Red Hat. With Red Hat dominating the enterprise Linux server market, Canonical owning the Linux desktop market, and Google's Android running roughshod over everyone in the mobile market, what, exactly, is left for SUSE?
ostatic.com: The exact number of Linux users has always been an illusive answer. Everybody wants to know, several have tried, but no one really knows how many people use Linux. But openSUSE knows how many people downloaded their 12.2 images in the first 24 hours after release.