I did a search on your handle and could not find one post asking for help on 11.2 not mentioning multimedia.
We are a support forum, not a development forum. We are volunteers who spend our own free time to help. We do not have any more influence over openSUSE than you, and the way we do have minor influence is not here on the forum … rather its via feature requests OUTSIDE of the forum and via bug reports OUTSIDE of the forum.
If you politely post asking for help, I suspect you will find many volunteers responding to your request for help. Its still not too late. Simply start an new thread in the Installation subforum area and ask for help, noting the problem you encountered.
If you want to influence the design of 11.3 then openFATE is the place to go https://features.opensuse.org/ and if you have a problem with openSUSE-11.2 where you want to bring official attention to it, then a bug report is what is most helpful and will have the BIGGEST impact: Submitting Bug Reports - openSUSE You can use your forum username and forum password to logon when raising a bug report. Posting a rant on our forum is a waste of your time, and if you are like me, you likely do not have the time to waste.
I’ve installed openSUSE-11.2 on 5 PCs, and I have to say its superior on all 5 than 11.1. Now one of those 5 required extra tuning to be better (I had to download a new version of the radeon driver) and another of those 5 required that I wait 4 months after the 11.2 release until a proprietary graphic driver was available. But the remaining 3 of 5 were smooth.
I have NOT installed 11.2 on another (6th) PC, because booting to the liveCD indicated to me that there would be problems. I’ve kept that on 11.1. And on that 6th PC I note that 11.1 runs well. Overall, on all 6 PCs, both 11.1 and 11.2 run very good, and I am very happy with it.
Reference multimedia, once you get the technique down you will find it a breeze on openSUSE.
Note this is a computer operating system, and despite my being a big openSUSE fan, I would be the 1st to say there are far more important things than computers and most DEFINITELY more important things than openSUSE. Next time you have problem with an install, don’t waste your time getting angry. Simply post on our forum, or go to IRC channel freenode #suse and advise users there of your problem with the install. I suspect you will quickly get a good assessment in return as to what the problem may be, and whether its worth moving to 11.2 or staying with 11.1 or 11.x.
And above all, take it easy. The time we have in life is far too short and far too valuable to spend time getting angry over small things like computers.