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openSUSE Weekly News Issue 129

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openSUSE Linux seeks own direction, more autonomy from Novell

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arstechnica.com: The developers behind openSUSE are drafting a new "community statement" as part of a broader effort to define a technical strategy for their project. The purpose of the community statement is to describe the kind of collaborative environment that the project wants to create as it refines its technical focus.

Microsoft Cites Success of Novell Linux Interop Deal

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redmondmag.com: Microsoft touted its operating system interoperability partnership with Novell on Monday, saying that more than 500 customers have signed up since the program began more than three years ago.

Preview: OpenSUSE 11.3 Release Candidate 1

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cristalinux.blogspot: Just a few days ago the OpenSUSE developers released the first release candidate of the soon to be available OpenSUSE 11.3. We are still about a month from that final release, so I decided to check it out.

Thank you, Novell

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  • Thank you, Novell
  • openSuSE 11.3 RC1 Installation
  • Weekly Kernel Review (openSUSE Flavor)

openSUSE 11.3 RC1 is available

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Stewart Rules: Novell Wins! CASE CLOSED!

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groklaw.net: Here you go, munchkins. Judge Ted Stewart has ruled for Novell and against SCO. Novell's claim for declaratory judgment is granted; SCO's claims for specific performance and breach of the implied covenant of good fair and fair dealings are denied.

Spotlight on Novell’s evolving open source strategy

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the451group.com: The 451 Group has recently published a Spotlight report focused on Novell’s strategy as it relates to open source software.

openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 126

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