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Re: [opensuse-project] More bad PR from Novell
  • From: "Justin Haygood" <jhaygood@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 3 May 2007 11:07:57 -0400
  • Message-id: <511b77710705030807t56b035aane5ab822f4c8cb85c@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I personally believe openSUSE is the community distribution for
Novell, and its for everyone that's not an enterprise (as in, home,
home offices, enthusiasts, geeks, everyone that SLED isn't targetted
to....)

Last time I checked, its pretty darn stable as a distribution (specially 10.2!)

On 5/3/07, Alberto Passalacqua <alberto.passalacqua@xxxxxx> wrote:
Il giorno gio, 03/05/2007 alle 14.21 +0200, Juergen Weigert ha scritto:
> > I don't know why we should force Novell to say what it doesn't want to
> > say.
>
> But I know one simple reason:
> I don't want my employer to annoy the very people we depend on.

What's annoying is not Novell saying "OpenSUSE is for geeks and
enthusiasts", but the ambiguity.

I can be happy with both decisions of openSUSE as a development lab
(fedora style) or as a more versatile but still stable distribution than
the enterprise line.

What is important is to be _honest_ with the users.

Regards,
Alberto

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