Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
lizards.opensuse.org: openSUSE has been a pretty good Gnome distribution for a long time now, but 11.4 really gave me a different feeling: I found only 1 bug I care to solve in my laptop support, and the defaults I had out of the box were all more than good, they were pleasing.
blogs.computerworlduk: In the early days of companies based around open source, the questions were: would they make any money? Would they survive? Once it was clear that they not only could survive, but also make money quite nicely, the next question became: what happens when they become successful enough to get bought by traditional software companies?
techradar.com: Unlike Ubuntu, Peppermint or Fedora, openSUSE is a fully-fledged KDE distribution, and offers the most integrated experience of all the distributions we've looked at.
zdnet.com: Now that Attachmate owns Novell, what does the formerly obscure company plan to do with its $2.2-billion operating system and networking prize?
linuxuser.co.uk (Jos Poortvliet): This month openSUSE community manager Jos Poortvliet looks back at the launch of openSUSE 11.4, reveals some amazing launch numbers and more besides…
infoworld.com: Having closed its $2.2 billion acquisition of Novell, Attachmate now is eyeing cloud service providers as potential customers for the company's newly acquired Suse Linux platform. The company also plans to continue promoting Suse for deployment on mainframes and as a Unix replacement.
earthweb.com: Today is the last day that Novell (NASDAQ:NOVL) will exist as a publicly traded company. Trading in Novell's stock will cease at the close of business, as the company is taken private.
linuxlibrary.org: Here is another great all purpose Linux distribution with lots of the newest software only a few clicks away. Although things don’t appear to have changed much in recent years there are still some great improvements under the hood.
radioworld.com: OpenSUSE is my personal favorite of all the Linux distributions. It’s easy enough for the beginner, but can nonetheless be used to build an enterprise-class Web server, router or firewall.