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OrangeCrate: OpenSUSE: A Conversation With Greg Mancusi-Ungaro of Novell

Aug 17, 2005, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"...[T]he idea behind OpenSUSE was formed after conversations with our customer base. What we found was the perception that Linux is only for the more technical user, though that actually isn't the case, as I'm sure you know. OpenSUSE was conceived and designed to seed the market with a more usable Linux not only for the server or technical workstation, but for the desktop as well.

"We want to move the needle on Linux adoption globally, and the best way to do that is to involve, engage and enlist the developer community to help us build the best Linux that can be built. To that end, what we're doing with OpenSUSE is to build a globally supported effort to deliver the best Linux experience with what we believe to be the best distribution (and admittedly, I'm biased here) with SUSE Linux..."

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