There is some irony in the fact that the most common questions I get
asked are "What is new in Fedora $CURRENT?" and "What is coming in
Fedora $CURRENT+1", and the most common complaint I hear is "Why did you
change $FOO in Fedora $CURRENT?!?".
-- Tom "spot" Callaway
I predict that Ubuntu 11.10 will be named "Ostentatious Ocelot".
If I'm right, someone owes me a dollar. And maybe royalties.
Poor openSUSE was nearly forgotten. Their fifth birthday fell on August 9
and only one Website remembered. OMG! SUSE!
offered their birthday wishes and gave a few milestones. Mentioned was the
initial release of openSUSE, 10.0, in October 2005 and there have been
seven major releases since. The most recent was 11.3.
by way of Linux Journal.
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