On 12/22/2008 06:12 PM, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
Hmmm ... is there a way one could make a "LiveCD" that ran "virtually" inside a Windows or MacOS X machine without using a proprietary solution like VMware? You'd still have to deal with IT paranoia / policies in the corporate world, but if there was no hit except for RAM and disk space, could that be done?
I'm sure it *could* be, it's a question of whether anyone would take the time to put something like that together.
It's not a zero sum choice - we can have more people tweeting (etc.) about openSUSE + giveaways that are more useful than, say, stickers.
So, how do we get more people tweeting about openSUSE. I know there's you, Kevin, and a couple of other folks (Andrew Wafaa, others) who discuss openSUSE. How to expand that?
Hashtags ... Twitter search for "openSUSE" and follow people who talk about it ... post links to blogs ... get a decent open source Twitter client in "factory":)
Andrew Wafaa has packaged Gwibber, which is an excellent Twitter client (and Identi.ca, laconica, etc.) -- I hope it will move to Contrib and eventually to Factory / 11.2.