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    Default MeeGo Loves The openSUSE Build Service

    Phoronix: MeeGo Loves The openSUSE Build Service

    The openSUSE community has announced the releases of version 1.8 and 2.0 of the openSUSE Build Service. The 2.0 release brings in a new user-interface, an enhanced request system, and many other new features...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=ODMzNA

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    Default Best thing Novell-linux has produced in a long time, to my knowledge.

    The Build Service for SUSE should be the standard for ALL of linux, including Android (my wish, though not ideal, is for there to be targets for ALL of the official Android phones and then it could become a near automated, though not service provider approved, I imagine, process for easy user upgrades). Such a great system. That is what I miss most about SUSE, when I'm sitting over a stubborn Lynx.

    Best/Liam

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    Quote Originally Posted by liam View Post
    The Build Service for SUSE should be the standard for ALL of linux, including Android (my wish, though not ideal, is for there to be targets for ALL of the official Android phones and then it could become a near automated, though not service provider approved, I imagine, process for easy user upgrades). Such a great system. That is what I miss most about SUSE, when I'm sitting over a stubborn Lynx.

    Best/Liam
    The Susestudio service is pretty sweet too. To think there are some here that think that openSUSE doesn't innovate.

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    Default I completely forgot about that.

    Quote Originally Posted by deanjo View Post
    The Susestudio service is pretty sweet too. To think there are some here that think that openSUSE doesn't innovate.
    I got an account soon after it was announced and gave it a whirl. I never bothered actually downloading spin, but it was an interesting experience. Thanks for reminding me about it. I really would like to make another, more optimized one for my AAO netbook.
    For the record, I think that there is alot to like about SUSE, but since I prefer Gnome, there are better distros out there for me. Also, the damned thing used more memory than any other distro I've ever used

    Best/Liam

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    The is great example, how Opensuse project contribute to Linux community. Everybody can benefit from Opensuse Build Service.

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    In case you guys haven't noticed. openSUSE.org has gone though some major website updates. Very clean and well organized and as with their distro a very refined feeling.

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    They even got rid of my #1 peeve with some forums (including this one), the width is not static anymore and adjusts with your browser width.

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