First milestone for openSUSE Leap is available!
I’m really excited that this is out there! The first milestone of openSUSE Leap 42.1 was released today! You can read a lot more at that link, but this is a big first step for the new distribution and a great day for the entire openSUSE community. The idea behind Leap is to combine some of […]
openSUSE 42 Work Announced
The work around the SLE-sources-based openSUSE release has been announced this morning. Douglas DeMaio posted Work begins on totally new openSUSE release this morning which outlines what the release team is thinking of at the moment for the next release of openSUSE. You can find more information on the openSUSE Wiki on the openSUSE:42 page. That […]
Using SLE for openSUSE
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. I’d recommend that you head over to the mailing lists in order to read up […]
SUSE to Release SLE Sources to openSUSE Project
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 […]
Will There Ever Be Another Red Hat? Maybe.
Forbes contributor, Dan Woods, posted an interest article titled Will There Ever Be Another Red Hat? While not a wholly interesting article to me (not much new being said I haven’t been following for years), but this question stood out to me: Will any company ever get to $1 billion or even $500 million in revenue from […]