This is a user to user forum. When users think they can help, they will try. When that help can be given because someone has had direct contact with the problem and thus can say “you will most probably be helped by doing this” that is very direct, short and fine. But many people here do not have intimate knowledge of each end every problem. Then they fall back to their bug searching capabilities (which many have improved over years of experience). And then they might suggest things. Not because that is the ultimate solution, but because it may improve insight in the circumstances around the problem.
You may then either cooperate with them by doing what was suggested and reporting back, or you may report back that for some reason you will not follow the suggestion. But not reporting and simply throwing back your jumped to conclusion that their trial to shed morel light points to something rotten in the openSUSE distribution will be counterproductive in several ways.