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November 30th, 2010

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While I think we wouldn’t need a lot of people we at least need some and the more the better.  We will bring that topic up again on opensuse-project@o.o as well. The main intention of this post is to get feedback if there is enough interest and contributors to do further planning. I’m very interested in hearing from you via comments, mailing lists or personal mail.


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  1. November 30th, 2010 at 22:36 | #1

    It is something that is missing from opensuse and will add a bonus.

    If such a thing occurs i’m willing to help as a package maintainer. I haven’t any experience in packaging but i’m willing to learn.

  2. December 1st, 2010 at 10:57 | #2

    A version of openSUSE with LTS would indeed be great. With apparmor and other nice features it is otherwise well-suited to servers, but these days I can only use openSUSE in VMs, where I have snapshots as well as VNC and consoles to access it in case of trouble with a dist-upgrade.

  3. Bruno Friedmann
    December 1st, 2010 at 21:19 | #3

    It’s a long long long idea I have, because most customers of that kind of distribution have a 3-5 years rolling IT process.

    Someone tell me that it could be possible to do a SLES/D à la centos. If some subscription are take for getting the srpms from Novell and successors.

    That could do the trick, because it will very light to maintain, and publish. With a rock solid base.

    There’s so much to talk about. Ping me if you restart that project.

  4. Peter Müller
    December 13th, 2010 at 17:59 | #4

    You could start at once. 🙂
    I am still using OpenSuse 11.1 with a lot of SLES11 software from the build service.
    OpenSuse 11.1 and SLES 11 seem to be binary compatible. Although I do not know whether this binary compatibility is 100% or not, OpenSuse 11.1 would be a nice place to start with this project: After almost two years of updates and very good support OpenSuse 11.1 can be considered as rock-solid and stable.

  5. llewellyn lee
    January 5th, 2011 at 10:32 | #5

    Opensuse 11.0 with KDE 3-5 desktop works so damn well on my desktop PC that I am very reluctant to change anything.
    Now I have a bad problem this version is no longer maintained and all the Repositories in my Yast list are invalid. I am thus forced to upgrade but live in fear of messing up a sytem that works perfectly for me NOW.
    I am most gratefull that your project will save me from having this same head ache in the future. This is good news Thanks.
    PS I am just an enthusiatic user not a developer.

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