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Opening up Development: YaST, LiMaL, ZYPP

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The greatest part of our distribution is developed by many individual Open Source developers and we do the integration and packaging of their great software. But there is also a good amount of software developed by SUSE developers as Open Source (under the GPL). One such area is systems management and installation. The following three components have now opened up their internal mailing lists:

YaST
LiMaL
ZYPP

More Here.

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