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An update on openSUSE's strategy search

An update on openSUSE's strategy search

Posted Sep 16, 2010 22:38 UTC (Thu) by vblum (guest, #1151)
In reply to: An update on openSUSE's strategy search by ctg
Parent article: An update on openSUSE's strategy search

"High quality
comprehensive
desktop and server (in that order)
kde
works well with foreign repositories (non OSS)"

I absolutely agree. That is why I use Suse.

Not much need to look for a new strategy. Focus on quality. It may just be that the real goal, being the highest quality desktop (and server) distribution is hard and a lot of work, and comparatively thankless. But probably the reasons above are why Suse has a userbase.


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An update on openSUSE's strategy search

Posted Sep 19, 2010 8:13 UTC (Sun) by thoeme (subscriber, #2871) [Link]

Seconded.

I stopped compiling my own kernels at the beginning of 2.6 and stopped playing with my (home and work) Linux desktops around the same time.
Since then I want a distribution which "just works" on my (moderate) hardware, is polished enough regarding management tools (I really got hooked to Yast) and runs reliably and stable...and not to forget keeps updates flowing.

(open)SuSE has given me that for now more than 10 years, so why should I change ?

Thoeme


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