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Results are in: openSUSE's Community Survey

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Back in February openSUSE held a survey to find more out about its community. Who are they? What OS do they normally run? What do they want? How can openSUSE improve? Well, the results are in and quite interesting to openSUSE users and the community at large.

Most questions received approximately 8,500 responses. Generally it was found that young male adult students with moderate to high technical knowledge and prefer stability, hardware support, and security, many of which dual boot with some version of Windows for work, who install openSUSE for personal use and are not involved with openSUSE development or promotion mainly email, chat, and surf the Internet think openSUSE has a good amount of software and easy to install.

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