Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 21st Sep 2007 14:45 UTC, submitted by thebluesgnr
SuSE, openSUSE "OpenSUSE has been driving innovation on the Linux desktop, and in today's serial we'll be discovering just what has been happening on the GNOME front. Among other things, openSUSE 10.3 is set to contain, and be among the very first to have, the new GNOME 2.20. We'll see what new things you can expect from this version, what additional polish openSUSE brings to the desktop, and finally we'll be talking to JP Rosevear, an openSUSE and GNOME developer, to find out a little more."
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by shykid on Fri 21st Sep 2007 16:35 UTC in reply to "KDE?"
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Too bad they didn't invest as much time on KDE. Anyway, wasn't OpenSUSE a more KDE-centric distribution (even if SLED adopted Gnome as its default DE)?

To me, it seems like they're going both ways and supporting both GNOME and KDE equally. A lot of improvements have also been made to the KDE side of openSUSE (which I'm still wanting to call 'SuSE'--old habits die hard).

GNOME's just getting all of the attention because, in the opinions of many (including myself), GNOME support on SUSE has been abysmal at best. Sure, GNOME was there and worked just fine, but it wasn't as polished as KDE on SUSE.

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