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openSUSE Strategy DONE!

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Almost 2 years ago, at the first openSUSE conference, a discussion started about Strategy. A few months ago a final document was ready and on July 14th 2011, the strategy voting ended. Over 200 of the openSUSE Members voted, with 90% in favor of the current strategy document. What’s next?

Looking back

It’s been a long ride, and we’d like to give a short overview of the strategy discussion in the openSUSE community over the last 2 years.

The beginning

The strategy process was started after the first openSUSE conference, now almost 2 years ago. In that time, quite a number of people have participated in the strategy team:

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