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Re: [SLE] release of Suse 9.3 ?
  • From: jfweber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2005 04:37:02 -0500
  • Message-id: <200503010437.02820.jfweber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Tuesday 01 March 2005 3:15 pm, Mike wrote:
<snip>
> Don't apologize. You, like many other new readers on this list, may
> not have known that the SuSE release cycle is every 6 months (I
> didn't) or how the acquisition of SuSE by Novell will affect the
> development/release cycle (I don't). It's nowhere in the FAQ, and the
> three un-official FAQs I clicked on from the list in the FAQ returned
> 404's and the like (i.e. broken link)... Not to mention the link
> provided for the archives presents you with a completely unsearchable
> format for the previous threads, and a google search on 'suse roadmap'
> returns nothing valuable in the first 30+ results... So asking about
> a roadmap seems like a pretty on-topic and valuable question,
> especially when the list is about SuSE.
>
> Some people just think that this stuff is such common knowledge they
> feel that everyone else should know this as well.
>
> >>ps: we should really make an automatically mail to be sent to the list
> >> weekly with answers to: "how do i unsubscribe" and "when is the next
> >> suse going to be released".
>
> How about we just populate the FAQ with frequently asked questions and
> their related answers...
Togan, is it in yours? Are you still maintaining it?

Togan Muftuoglu His is one of the best btw
toganm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sorry to stick your email in Togan ,but I don't have a link to your FAQ
page any more.
--
j
I'm putting on the B-mer Brothers
Would you mind putting on this grass skirt?

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