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openSUSE distributions dedicated page
openSUSE is not just one Linux distribution. It is a project that hosts different distributions adapted for specific needs, e.g desktop, server & container orchestration. The desktop and server editions are available in regular releases and rolling editions.
Grab a cool wallpaper for your Linux desktop
Digital Ocean released a bunch of really nice wallpapers in 2016. Not all of all of the wallpapers are Linux themed but there are a few cool ones featuring the Linux mascot, Tux.
RHEL no-cost* vs openSUSE Leap
TL;DR. Red Hat allows its clients to use RHEL for free on up to 16 machines. On the other hand, openSUSE Leap boasts binary compatibility with SUSE Linux Enterprise and comes without any restriction on usage.
SOGo calendar synchronization breaks due to emoji in the event title
Recently, I encountered an issue with the SOGo CalDAV synchronization. If an emoji is inserted in the event title, then the calendar would stop synchronizing across devices.
openSUSE community elects Axel, Gertjan and Neal to serve on the Board
openSUSE members were called to vote in the Regular Board Election on 15 December 2020. Five candidates ran in this election for three available seats.
Candidate slate for the openSUSE Board Election 2020
The openSUSE Board Election is scheduled for the 15th till 30th of December 2021. The candidate slate has been finalised and posted on the project's mailing list this morning.
openSUSE Board Election 2020 announced
The openSUSE Regular Board Election has been announced for the 15th of December 2020. Results will be published on the new year's eve, i.e 31st December. Call for nominations and applications for the openSUSE Board candidacy is now open.
Microsoft Edge preview for Linux
A year after an announcement that Microsoft Edge is coming to Linux, now Edge is available through DEB and RPM packages for major Linux distributions. These packages can be downloaded from the Microsoft Edge Insider website.