itworld.com We don't know for absolute sure that somewhere in the $2.2 billion acquisition of Novell by Attachmate and the “concurrent sale of certain intellectual property assets to CPTN Holdings LLC, a consortium of technology companies organized by Microsoft Corporation, for $450 million in cash” that those unidentified IP holding were, in fact, Novell's ownership of UNIX.
Also: Today's Novell Deal Helps Microsoft Continue Linux Fight
ostatic.com: It was announced this morning that Novell has sold off some portion of its intellectual properties to CPTN Holdings, (backed by Microsoft) for $450 million. The remainder of Novell assets will be acquired by Attachmate Corporation for about $2.2 billion. This has undoubtedly left users and developers wondering what will become of openSUSE.
novell.com: Novell, Inc. today announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Attachmate Corporation would acquire Novell for $6.10 per share in cash in a transaction valued at approximately $2.2 billion.
Also: Microsoft To Acquire Novell Technologies For $450 Million
And: Brockmeier: Sad end for Novell: Sold to Attachmate
And: Will Red Hat be the Big Winner?
anditosan.blogspot: I have taken a lot of things into account in order to create these mockups, and they are far from perfect. I believe they make sense and I am sure that many could be inspired by what you see. openSUSE needs direction and image.
h-online.com: The openSUSE community is on a voyage of introspection and self discovery. SuSE Linux has been around in one form or another since 1992, and, with the possible exception of Slackware, has an older provenance than any other Linux distribution, yet openSUSE is still in search of a unifying vision that sets it apart from its rivals and its past.
linuxfordevices.com: HP has released a budget-priced netbook for business users, offered with mobile broadband and GPS options. The $300 Mini 1103 runs SuSE Linux or Windows 7 on a 1.66GHz Atom N455 processor.
In the issue 149 you can read:
Detecting Memory Leaks in Kernel
openSUSE medical team releases stable version 0.0.6
openSUSE Announces Third Development Milestone
linuxtweaking.blogspot: Is it me or is there a lack of interest in openSUSE? Whether its browsing the internet and looking for information about openSUSE or talking to the general public, openSUSE just seems to not get the attention I believe it deserves.
news.opensuse.org: Delayed by a week due to a critical bug that prevented testing, the openSUSE project today announces openSUSE 11.4 Milestone 3 (M3), the third of six milestone releases of what will become openSUSE 11.4.
pcadvisor.co.uk: While Novell sells its commercial SUSE Linux to business users, the free open-source software version of openSUSE is still freely available, with openSUSE 11.3 majoring on its KDE 4.4 desktop interface
prnewswire.com (PR): Novell today announced The Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC), one of the largest racing organizations in the world, has chosen SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server as the standard operating system for its recent deployments of core information dissemination, integration and access systems.
Also: IBM adopts SUSE for WebSphere Appliances
In the issue 148 you can read:
* Run…Or Help Run!
* Kostas Koudaras: 11.3 Late Launch Party
* Rares Aioanei: kernel weekly news – 06.11.2010
- talk about openSUSE
- Milestone 3 delayed
linuxnov.com: Smeegol 1.0 distribution quite similar to Meego distribution which built by combining between Moblin and Maemo. OpenSUSE goblin team announced Smeegol 1.0 release, OpenSUSE based distribution, using Meego user interface. Comes with a really big software collection.
opensuse.org: In the issue 147 you can read: From the Developer to the User and back – Announcing Project Bretzn, SUSE Studio: Gold rush, and Jos Poortvliet: oSC successful? Absolutely!
locutnix.wordpress: These project are the best projects for enterprise class collaboration and puts its competing projects to shame.
lizards.opensuse.org: Beside many other amazing things which happened at the openSUSE Conference 2010, Stefan Schäfer gave a talk about his project called Invis Server.
news.opensuse.org: “Collaboration Across Borders” – Under this moto the openSUSE Community received in Nuremberg several hundreds of Free Software enthusiasts and contributors.
thinq.co.uk: THINQ cornered Will Stephenson, an OpenSuSE developer working on KDE, at this year's OpenSuSE Developers Conference to find out what's in store for the future of the project.