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Re: [opensuse-project] Balsam Professional & Balsam Enterprise
Am 23.04.2011 13:26, schrieb jdd:
Le 23/04/2011 12:37, Kim Leyendecker a écrit :

A truth spoken word. The whole thread could be so easy. Just say: Did
we support them, because we do in the past offers the openSUSE-box by
open-slx in the wiki.

a simple yes or no and the whole thread would gonna in the past...

if by "support" you mean "say it exists", of course we should. I remember some years ago, I created a page "how to get openSUSE" and give the coordinates of all the vendors I could find.

Yes, that it exists. And that we say: "When you need a box, use Balsam, with kind regards from the openSUSE project."

I certainly think than we have to give basic information on any openSUSE derivative we know (as long as the derivative respect the licence, of course).

That would be nice anyway.

As soon as the Foundation exist (really needed soon!!!), we should list sponsors with some way of classifing them from the size of the sponsorship (like the gold, silver, or similar that is already used)
A propos foundation: How far is the progress in creating it? And where should the foundation stand? Germany, USA, France, Suisse?

of course the board have as important function to work out a fair competition between our sponsors. It's good for us to make our sponsors happy in a fair way.

jdd
thanks

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