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tagline: From openSUSE

  • Related portals: openSUSE Teams: ► Team pages See the live and zoomable map opensuse-project@opensuse.org - The project has
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  • Portal:MATE (category MATE) (section openSUSE Installation edit)
    Twitter: @opensuse_mate Facebook Page Google Plus Page Forum openSUSE-MATE mailing list IRC channel #opensuse-mate at FreeNode openSUSE Conference
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  • Douglas DeMaio May 15: Transactional Updates in openSUSE Leap 15— Douglas DeMaio May 14: Status update for openSUSE Conference— Douglas DeMaio May 04: Hands
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  • The openSUSE project is a worldwide effort that promotes the use of Linux everywhere. openSUSE creates one of the world's best Linux distributions, working
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  • Douglas DeMaio May 15: Transactional Updates in openSUSE Leap 15— Douglas DeMaio May 14: Status update for openSUSE Conference— Douglas DeMaio May 04: Hands
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  • archive. The best place to ask the openSUSE community is the opensuse@opensuse.org mailing list. One must be subscribed to post messages there. Also there is
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  • openSUSE:Board (redirect Community Council) (category Community)
    You can reach the board privately via email board@opensuse.org. opensuse-project@opensuse.org - The board invites everybody to start general discussions
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  • announcements about openSUSE. Planet openSUSE The news aggregation of the community blogs. opensuse@opensuse.org - This is the list for user type
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  • yourself why openSUSE Leap is a community-enterprise distribution worth adopting. Downloads of openSUSE Leap 42.3 can be found at software.opensuse.org. Users
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  • See also the openSUSE Guiding Principles The openSUSE Conference would not be possible without our sponsors. The openSUSE community is a global community
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  • beyond our own openSUSE community to learn from others. openSUSE-Guide.org - Unofficial guide to the basics and background of openSUSE, with screenshots
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  • A regular IRC meeting takes place in #opensuse-kde on Freenode. opensuse-kde@opensuse.org - openSUSE KDE Mailing List. Subscribe - Unsubscribe - Help -
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  • The openSUSE community is organized into many teams that concentrate on different areas of interest within the distribution or the project in general.
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  • openSUSE:Members (category Community)
    to be "openSUSE Members". The difference between contributing openSUSE community members and "openSUSE Members", is that the so called "openSUSE Members"
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  • experience of the expert openSUSE KDE team and feedback from the openSUSE KDE community allow us to make some customizations to make it even better: KSUSEInstall
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  • used: openSUSE Leap 42.2 - Jan 26th 2018 - (done) openSUSE Leap 42.1 - May 17th 2017 - (done) openSUSE 13.2 - Jan 17th 2017 - (done) openSUSE 13.1 -
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  • some of the unofficial live distributions based on openSUSE. They are aimed to make non official openSUSE versions, for special purposes. Honourably
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  • and see why so many people are switching to openSUSE distributions. The following pages go into much detail on what is new in this openSUSE release. Too
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  • Proposals: openSUSE – the #1 KDE distribution openSUSE – For the productive poweruser openSUSE – The Linux distribution platform openSUSE – Status Quo
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  • them. openSUSE uses a variety of social networking services to promote the Project and raise awareness of events and news related to openSUSE to keep
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