As announced by Richard Brown, openSUSE Board Chairman, SUSE is preparing to release a large portion of its SUSE Linux Enterprise sources to openSUSE Project. Here’s the first paragraph from the announcement on the openSUSE Project mailing list:
SUSE is preparing to pro-actively release a significant portion of the SUSE Linux Enterprise source code, including a regular stream of maintenance updates, to the openSUSE Project.
I’m really excited about this change and I think it will benefit both SUSE and openSUSE in both the short and long terms.
The openSUSE Conference is being held starting May 1 and more information will be available then. I’ll post the video to Richard’s talk when it is posted.
UPDATE: Here is a link to the slides used for the presentation this morning. I’ll have a later post with the slides and video embedded when it is available.
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[…] There is a very interesting set of conversations happening within the openSUSE Project and openSUSE Factory mailing lists. The focus is on what, if anything, to do with the newly released SUSE Linux Enterprise sources on the Open Build Service. […]