Hello, I have been an openSUSE user since 10.0. What made me so excited about the project was the unique desktop innovation that the was happening on the platform. Features like the slab, kickoff and compiz made suse feel years ahead of other distros. But now, three years later it seems as though very little change has taken place. It had gotten to the point that I spent the past 6 months on Windows 7, which, unlike openSUSE is making significant UX advances. Yesterday I switched back, and I have decided to dedicate myself to making openSUSE one of the best distros (UX wise). Over the coming months I plan to go through a large portion of the suse (gnome and maybe kde as well) desktop and provide feedback (including mockups, pictures, etc.) on how it can be improved. It seems other distros are becoming stagnent too, this is openSUSE's chance to take the lead in innovation.
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