On 6/20/07, Michael Loeffler email@example.com wrote:
Hi, Benji came up on IRC with the following suggestion: "The openSUSE project is...access to openSUSE. [no change]
Here you can find and join a community....most usable Linux. [added 'and join']
openSUSE also provides the base for Novell's award-winning SUSE Linux Enterprise products. Check out Novell today for enterprise Linux solutions [changeg the binning till ..for Novell]
Thanks to Benji. I think that's proactive inviting people to join and it sounds more that openSUSE is good enough to be SLE base and does not have a notion of community = free developers for SLE. But still invite people to check out SLE.
I agree that the formulation proposed here is better, as it's not as easily open to misinterpretation, but I still think that an advert for SLE in openSUSE's main description is odd. Perhaps SLE could get a mention below in a new section (similar to the Report Bugs, Featured Articles ones)? I'm not really sure though, and I don't feel strongly about this. Thoughts?