After reading today about Novell just giving Microsoft advanced data on virtualization that us developers create without the possibility of other SUSE developers seeing it beforehand has turned me entirely against Novell, and SUSE. What Open Source stands for and my belief in freedom for software is why I was further developing the virtual desktop With the new kernel version which support virtual desktops and my working with it I have just completely deleted all I have done which was pointed towards SUSE because I do not want work I do to fall into the hands of Microsoft and being patented under their operating system.
The reason why Microsoft pulled their virtual desktop is because they cannot get it to work and now I really believe that is one of their main reasons to team up with Novell to steal our ideas and place it within proprietary code. I will not do work that is going to benefit any company that restricts what one can do on their computer.
I am sorry to say this as I have been with SUSE from 8.1 and watched it develop to what it is today but will not stand by and watch a monopolistic company like Microsoft ruin us or take over SUSE with Novell's help. And, please do not flame me as I was once a developer for Microsoft so I do know their inner workings.
George greenarrow1 InNetInvestigations-Forensic SuSe 10.2/TriStar/Apache GoBoLinux
Your post seems off-topic to me in the *usability* list.