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An update on openSUSE's strategy search

An update on openSUSE's strategy search

Posted Sep 18, 2010 10:10 UTC (Sat) by lab (subscriber, #51153)
In reply to: An update on openSUSE's strategy search by xtifr
Parent article: An update on openSUSE's strategy search

To me, Debian has always been about: Quality. Which leads to those other (to me) attractive traits: Stability and reliability. Am now running Debian unstable (through aptosid, fmr. sidux), and I'm continually amazed at how rock solid and stable it is (and fast!). Never could get that experience with other distros; tried, closest was probably Suse. So I've just come to terms with being 'an apt addict', and live happily.


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An update on openSUSE's strategy search

Posted Sep 18, 2010 16:00 UTC (Sat) by smoogen (subscriber, #97) [Link]

I think every distribution (even Fedora) has been about quality.. I think its that quality is like an art gallery.. someone may rave about Monet and hate Picasso or daVinci ... and someone else love the others and each will argue quite a bit about how each ones quality is better.

An update on openSUSE's strategy search

Posted Sep 18, 2010 18:55 UTC (Sat) by lab (subscriber, #51153) [Link]

Heh, nice one. Never quite thought about it like that, but I suppose you have a point there.


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