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openSUSE 11.0 beta

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openSUSE 11.0 beta is coming. This means that all the pieces of the update stack have to be in place by then.

While reading Review: Hat Trick For Fedora 9 Beta, it caught my attention that the author says “Fedora continues to wear the innovation hat” because some of the changes described there. I did not see any killer feature openSUSE 11.0 does not have too, and a few ones are worth to highlight:

* KDE 4 integration: No distro will ever beat openSUSE here Wink you know that. openSUSE is a multi desktop distribution and both the Gnome and the KDE team are unbeatable. Period. (I am objective today Wink )

* The installation experience and look essentially remained the same from Fedora 8: Sorry guys, but YaST installer looks far cooler than in our last release. The experience is also much different.

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