Linked by superstoned on Fri 11th Mar 2011 23:25 UTC
SuSE, openSUSE openSUSE 11.4 is out and is not only the first major linux distro to ship LibreOffice, Firefox 4 and Scribus 1.4 in a release but also brings new cool stuff like Tumbleweed. The community delivers unique technologies around it like SUSE Studio and OBS. Read more about openSUSE 11.4 in the extensive Product Highlights and see screenshots here.
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openSUSE 11.4
by sb56637 on Sat 12th Mar 2011 02:46 UTC
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A huge thanks and a round of applause to the openSUSE developers.

The openSUSE team has made a lot of mature, well thought-out decisions recently, and the project is growing and improving constantly. Some really exceptional features of openSUSE include: the SUSE build service, SUSEstudio, and the new Tumbleweed repository. openSUSE also continues to be one of the very few distros that actually cares about desktop-agnostic GUI system configuration tools; the latest YaST works via QT, GTK, console, and now even through a web interface.

openSUSE is very far from perfect. It has inherited much of the cruft, bugs, chaos, and instability of the libre software ecosystem. And they don't have resources to fix it all. But they are trying, and it's definitely good enough for my laptop. It's a truly unique, well managed, outstanding project in a sea of mediocrity.

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