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  1. Sneak Preview I: openSUSE 12.3 for Desktop Users
  2. Planned maintenance downtime for widehat.opensuse.org 2013-03-05
  3. RC2 is Ready for You. Are You Ready for RC2?
  4. openSUSE Conference 2014: Call for Locations!
  5. Flip Bits, Not Burgers!
  6. Sneak preview II: openSUSE 12.3 for Servers
  7. Sneak Preview III: There and Back Again: a Distro’s Tale
  8. openSUSE 12.3 – Awesome as 1-2-3
  9. openSUSE 12.3 Launch Feedback: we’re still awesome!
  10. Geeko Pumping Iron Session – openSUSE ARM Hackathon
  11. openSUSE for new geekos
  12. Hackweek 9 is coming!
  13. openSUSE Conference 13 Call for Papers extends to June 17.
  14. SUSE sponsors new hardware for the Open Build Service
  15. About ARMv7 progress and ARMing for AArch64
  16. OBS Gaining More Power
  17. openSUSE, Hedgewars, syslog-ng, oyranus, ownCloud are moving GSOC along!! Participate and Submit you
  18. Open Build Service version 2.4 released
  19. openSUSE G(r)eekos @Fosscomm 2013
  20. oSC 2013 Travel Support Requests Period Open
  21. Announcing the release of openSUSE Edu Li-f-e 12.3-1
  22. Ambassadors & Event Merchendise – All Change!
  23. openSUSE Conference Getting Greener
  24. openSUSE Kicks Off Development with Milestone 1
  25. Server outages the coming days
  26. Be a volunteer at oSC13, it matters
  27. Schedule of openSUSE Conference
  28. openSUSE 12.1 EOL, 13.1 Milestone 2 released!
  29. Announcing the First Keynote for oSC: Georg Greve on Freeing our Data
  30. Thanking the openSUSE Conference Sponsors!
  31. The certification value and the LPIC 1 – SUSE Certified Linux Administrator connection
  32. openSUSE Conference Schedule ready!
  33. openSUSE Conference Registration CLOSING!
  34. openSUSE Conference BoF sessions can be scheduled!
  35. Announcing the openSUSE Summit 2013
  36. openSUSE Milestone 3
  37. openSUSE Conference Workshop preregistration of attendees
  38. openSUSE Conference 2013! The conference begins!
  39. openSUSE Conference 2013 2nd day
  40. openSUSE Conference 2013 3rd day
  41. openSUSE Conference 2013: The Infomercial
  42. The Unforgotten Heroes of oSC13
  43. openSUSE Milestone 4
  44. GSoC 2013 – Half Way Through
  45. openSUSE Summit - November 2013
  46. Upcoming openSUSE 13.1 will be kept Evergreen
  47. Help Wanted: openSUSE Review Team
  48. Winter is Coming, Get Your Code Inside!
  49. OBS Stopped Building, Will be Back Tomorrow
  50. openSUSE ARM Gets new Raspberry Pi Images
  51. Beta, Pizza and Hackaton
  52. openSUSE 13.1 Beta Is Out!
  53. openSUSE Summit 2013: Registration Opened!
  54. Beta Pizza Hackaton Starting Friday!
  55. Travel support applications to attend openSUSE Summit opened!
  56. SUSE Speeds up Building AArch64 Software in QEMU
  57. GSoC Students Rockin’ Ready!
  58. openSUSE Conference 2015 (oSC15) Location Search
  59. Coming soon: openSUSE 13.1 with YaST in Ruby
  60. openSUSE 13.1 RC 1 Available: Time to Test!
  61. BetaPizza Hackaton Results
  62. OpenStack Havana and openSUSE
  63. openSUSE Summit Schedule Ready!
  64. Help test the openSUSE Release Candidates!
  65. Sneak Peek openSUSE 13.1: What we have for GNOME Users
  66. Board Elections Coming!
  67. openSUSE 13.1 RC2 Hits the Web, Last Chance for Testing
  68. Sneak Peek openSUSE 13.1: What we have for Plasma Desktop Users
  69. Get Ready to Party: Release is Around the Corner!
  70. Sneak Peek openSUSE 13.1: Geeko Tips
  71. openSUSE Summit Was Geeko Awesome
  72. We’re Ready For The Release, Are You?!
  73. openSUSE 13.1: Ready For Action!
  74. openSUSE Admin: manage the complexity
  75. Reminder: Vote for the openSUSE Board!
  76. Announcing openSUSE Education Li-f-e 13.1
  77. The openSUSE Travel Support Team wishes you a Happy New Year!
  78. openSUSE forums defaced, user emails leaked
  79. openSUSE Conference 2014 Takes Place April 24th – 28th in Dubrovnik, Croatia
  80. openSUSE Forums – back on-line
  81. oSC14 CfP and Registration Open!
  82. FOSDEM 2014: The Infomerccial
  83. Hardware problem: rsync.opensuse.org down
  84. openSUSE at SCALE 12x
  85. openSUSE at SCALE 12x Day 1
  86. oSC14 – The openSUSE Travel Support is open!
  87. openSUSE Board F2F Meeting
  88. openSUSE participates in GSoC 2014 :-)
  89. oSC14 Keynote Confirmed, More Awesome Coming
  90. Sneak Preview of oSC14 Sessions
  91. oSC14 Organized Accomodation Deadline Tomorrow!
  92. rsync.opensuse.org down, take two
  93. Development for 13.2 Kicks Off
  94. Help Promote oSC14!
  95. openSUSE Conference 2014 Location Sneak Peek
  96. FreeDesktop Summit about to start
  97. Bodega, app stores and the Open Build Service
  98. What’s up on KDE repositories
  99. The new generation of openQA hits the production server
  100. News from your openSUSE admins
  101. Fwd: [opensuse-announce] download.opensuse.org migration on 2014-04-15
  102. openSUSE Conference 2014 Program Ready
  103. build.opensuse.org downtime
  104. oSC has started – follow us remotely!
  105. oSC 2014 1st day
  106. oSC 2014 2nd Day
  107. oSC 2014 3rd – 4th Day
  108. Aufbruchstimmung…..Here is what you missed at oSC14
  109. Jean-Daniel Dodin a.k.a shares his experiences on how to manage a Personal Web Server with openSUSE
  110. openSUSE Edu Li-f-e MATE available
  111. Spreading the Word on the Geeko – Support is Back!
  112. What Will openSUSE 13.2 Default Wallpaper Look Like?
  113. Gnome Classic edition of openSUSE-Education
  114. openSUSE Welcomes its GSoC 2014 students
  115. Command Line Tuesdays – The Introductory
  116. Command Line Tuesdays – Part One
  117. Command Line Tuesdays – Part Two
  118. Artwork Overhaul a Possibility in openSUSE 13.2?
  119. Command Line Tuesdays – Part Three
  120. Join The Geeko Community!
  121. Command Line Tuesdays – Part Four
  122. The first openSUSE Asia Summit is announced…
  123. Command Line Tuesdays – Part Five
  124. openSUSE Summit – Registration Starts today
  125. openSUSE Board Announcement
  126. openSUSE Asia Summit announces its logo contest
  127. openSUSE Asia summit needs Python Developers
  128. Factory moves to Rolling Release Development Model
  129. Command Line “Somedays” – Part Six
  130. GSoC: Open Source Event Manager Organizer Dashboard
  131. MATE 1.8.1 Available on openSUSE
  132. Command Line Tuesdays – Part Seven
  133. GSoC: Open Source Event Manager Goals & Campaigns
  134. Official 13.1 Docker Containers Released
  135. REMINDER: openSUSE Asia Summit Logo Contest Continues!
  136. GSoC: What I have learned
  137. openSUSE News Team Needs Your Feedback!
  138. Need a Wallpaper Changer for GNOME? Try Variety!
  139. Command Line Tuesdays – Part Eight
  140. openSUSE News Survey – Responses
  141. openSUSE Asia Summit – Choose our Logo
  142. Things I learnt with the Zorp and openSUSE Team
  143. Thank you mentors for an amazing GSoC!!!
  144. Factory: Over 6000 installations and growing!
  145. Gopesh talks about his GSoC Experience as an openSUSE student
  146. openSUSE.Asia Summit 2014 – We have a Logo now
  147. Statement on the recent Merger announcement
  148. openSUSE Asia – Register and book your dates!!!
  149. openSUSE 13.2 Is Coming – First Beta Has Arrived!
  150. openSUSE users and the new Linux Foundation Certification Programs
  151. openSUSE 13.2 RC1 is now out, hands on
  152. openSUSE 13.2: time to get your hands dirty
  153. Asia Summit Highlights Growing Open Source Community in Asia
  154. Hack Week Event Inspires Innovation, Creativity, Fun
  155. Sneak Peek into GNOME on openSUSE 13.2
  156. Tumbleweed, Factory rolling releases to merge
  157. openSUSE 13.2: green light to freedom!
  158. openSUSE project creates buzz in Italy
  159. Help promote openSUSE 13.2!
  160. What to expect from btrfs on openSUSE 13.2?
  161. Three seats available for openSUSE board elections
  162. openSUSE-Education 13.2 released
  163. This weeks highlights in Tumbleweed
  164. Hour of Code reinforces need for project mentors
  165. Geeko holiday gift ideas
  166. Roundup of recent Tumbleweed highlights
  167. Conference at BINK36 kicks into high gear
  168. oSC 2015 – Call for Team Members
  169. oSC15 – Call for papers
  170. New Year Highlights in Tumbleweed
  171. Xfce and openSUSE – Five Steps to Perfection
  172. Geekos heading to SoCal
  173. oSC15 Venue Change
  174. And the keynote speaker for OSC 15 is…
  175. Voting for board begins
  176. Tumbleweed Highlights ‘KDE Applications 14.12 snapshot’
  177. Visit openSUSE at FOSDEM
  178. Submit you proposal for oSC15
  179. Polls close for the openSUSE Board elections
  180. Conference in The Hague Taking Shape
  181. Tumbleweed snapshot preps root file system
  182. Thank you FOSS community!
  183. openSUSE miniSummit @Scale13x – summary
  184. oSC15 Travel Support Request
  185. Openness brings fresh air to YaST
  186. Kernel 3.19 in Tumbleweed, snapshot with systemd coming
  187. Attending oSC15? Find out the visa requirements
  188. Hackweek is back with Black-on-Black
  189. Where are you staying for oSC15?
  190. TSP – oSC15 Second Call
  191. Gear Up For The Screenshot Contest!
  192. Saving time on your oSC15 presentation
  193. Gnome 3.16, systemd-journal coming in next Tumbleweed snapshot
  194. Call for hosts for openSUSE.Asia Summit 2015
  195. Firefox 37, Appstream metadata arrive in Tumbleweed
  196. Next Week is Hack Week!
  197. OSEM in 10.1 simple steps
  198. Schedule Published for openSUSE Conference, Kolab Summit
  199. Update at oSC15
  200. May Madness – The Screenshot Contest Continues!
  201. Jangouts, Bare Metal, other projects make for Hackweek fun
  202. Tumbleweed moves to Plasma 5.3 and a new release of KDE Applications
  203. Build blockage causing delay for GCC 5 in Tumbleweed
  204. Indonesia uses Linux, openSUSE for pilot project
  205. Planned downtime 2015-06-09: Mailing Lists
  206. Default compiler for Tumbleweed updating to GCC 5
  207. Work begins on totally new openSUSE release
  208. Testing Leap milestone in openQA
  209. Tumbleweed, what’s happening with Leap
  210. Release Engineer job offers unique challenge
  211. Leap milestone in limbo, Tumbleweed snapshot released
  212. openSUSE releases first milestone for Leap
  213. Six Tumbleweed snapshots follow Leap milestone release
  214. The weekly review: Tumbleweed and Leap
  215. Second milestone expected soon
  216. The weekly review: LibreOffice 5 in Tumbleweed, Leap trends, landing page almost ready
  217. The second openSUSE Asia Summit is arriving!!!
  218. The weekly review: Tumbleweed gets 4.1.5, TW-shirt at FrOSCon
  219. openSUSE.Asia Summit 2015 – Logo design contest is back
  220. openSUSE.Asia Summit – Call for Papers
  221. openSUSE Asia Summit 2015 Call for Sponsorship
  222. Integration process for openSUSE Tumbleweed, Leap explained
  223. Tumbleweed gets three snapshots this week
  224. openSUSE releases Leap Milestone 2
  225. openSUSE.Asia Summit expands with Study Area
  226. The weekly review: Cleanup after Perl 5.22, reading recommendations
  227. Landing page published, search page to become default page for users
  228. openSUSE.Asia Summit – More on CFP, deadline approaching!!!
  229. GNOME 3.18 enters staging, Leap’s Beta scheduled for next week
  230. openSUSE releases Leap Beta
  231. Throw a Betafest
  232. URGENT: ACTION NEEDED: LAST CHANCE - Make sure the packages youneed are in openSUSE Leap
  233. Next Tumbleweed Snapshot to have systemd 224
  234. We have a logo for openSUSE.Asia Summit 2015
  235. The weekly review: Tumbleweed updates to Firefox 41, Geekos gather in Dublin
  236. Leap Release Candidate gets new office suite
  237. The weekly review: Tumbleweed gets 3.18, Leap RC1 out, new T-Shirts in Shop
  238. Weekend Wikithon to refresh content
  239. Rolling Awesome of the Day
  240. openSUSE Leap 42.1 Preview
  241. openSUSE Leap 42.1 Becomes First Hybrid Distribution
  242. openSUSE Leap 42.1 Becomes First Hybrid Distribution
  243. The weekly review: openSUSE leaps forward, SUSECon jams, Tumbleweed looks at 4.3 Kernel
  244. Tumbleweed gets Firefox 42, Machinery ready for Leap
  245. Weekly review: openSUSE Leap 42.1 gets new ports, Hack Week scheduled
  246. Tumbleweed changes fonts, Leap gets several updates
  247. openSUSE seeks ideas for Google Summer of Code
  248. Hack Week, Hour of Code start this week
  249. Membership window opens, three seats available for openSUSE Board
  250. openSUSE builds bonds in Asia summit