Ubuntu vs. openSUSE: Weighing different styles of corporate controlNov 14, 2013, 14:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Bryan Lunduke)
It's no secret that a rather large portion of Linux development is funded by companies with a financial interest in seeing Linux be improved. (And, by "Linux," I mean "All the various pieces and parts that make up a complete Linux-based system.") But there is a pretty major difference between how various companies go about that. Let's take a look at two high-profile examples: Ubuntu and openSUSE.
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