February 2006
UNIX Update;Feb2006, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that the openSUSE project launched by Novell in August 2005, continues to generate interest and activity as evident by the number of its page views of its Web site and verified installations of SUSE Linux as of 2006. The project features easy access to builds and releases and will be offering additional resources and programs for open access to the development process used to create SUSE Linux. In addition, the openSUSE project will release in 2006, a public development framework to provide open source contributors and third-party application developers with tools and resources to streamline code and patch contributions to SUSE Linux.


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