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Happy Birthday openSUSE!

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omgsuse.com: A short five years ago, on 9th August 2005 the openSUSE Project was announced. While SuSE Linux has been around for over 15 years, it was only during the past five years that the openSUSE project was created as an independent organization.

openSUSE: Not For Sale Today

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itworld.com: here's a rumor running around that Canonical, for reasons that I have yet to fathom, is supposedly interested in buying openSUSE, the community distribution project that is currently maintained and staffed by Novell.

The Yast Revolt of 2010: Ideas to Improve Yast Software Installations

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anditosan.blogspot: Although I love Yast and its graphical incarnation, I am yet to see innovations in the areas of simplicity and also with being current. Here are some transformations.

OpenSUSE 11.3, the best binary KDE distribution or best KDE distribution?

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linuxtweaking.blogspot: I have been using Gentoo for a few months and it has been a good experience but generally I can't see myself continuing to use it. Funnily enough, OpenSUSE 11.3 has changed some of my thoughts about Gentoo.

openSUSE 11.3 GNOME Review

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consindo.wordpress: Unlike Ubuntu & Fedora, OpenSuse is released every 8 months. This means that they are always usually trailing Ubuntu, Fedora etc with the new Gnome, KDE. I personally prefer Gnome and even though KDE is the default option at install.

Novell to plow new-age Wave minus Google

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theregister.co.uk: Novell has committed to keep surfing Google's Wave despite the search giant stopping development of its new-age collaboration tool.

KDE strategy for openSUSE

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nowwhatthe.blogspot: Within openSUSE a strategic discussion is going on - what direction should we, as a distribution community, take?

Quick Impressions of openSUSE 11.3

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techgage.com: About two weeks ago, the openSUSE Project released version 11.3 of its popular Linux distribution, and after putting it off for quite a while, I decided to give the latest version a download and see what SUSE has been up to.

In Search of the Perfect KDE4 Distro – 2 Why Not openSUSE 11.3?

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g33q.co.za: I have spent more than a week with openSUSE 11.3 KDE4. Right now I am downloading Linux Mint 9 KDE. I have not decided on my perfect KDE4 distro, but openSUSE 11.3 is a really strong contender.

Just started...

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nowwhatthe.blogspot (Jos Poortvliet): As of now I'm an employee of Novell. That means a couple of things. First of all: awesomeness, working with all of you!

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