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by Jos Poortvliet
In this months column, openSUSE community manager Jos Poortvliet ponders the future of free software…

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Reviews
by Jos Poortvliet
This month openSUSE community manager, Jos Poortvliet, discusses copyright assignment and the buzz surrounding ‘Project Harmony’. As always, don’t forget to leave your comments and feedback – your opinion could feature in a future issue of Linux User magazine…

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by Jos Poortvliet
To celebrate the 100th issue of Linux User & Developer, Jos Poortvliet Takes a look into his crystal ball to make a prediction about the future of open source….

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by Jos Poortvliet
This month openSUSE community manager Jos Poortvliet looks back at the launch of openSUSE 11.4, reveals some amazing launch numbers and more besides…

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by Koen Vervloesem
Do you want to run the newest software like KDE 4.6 and LibreOffice 3.3? OpenSUSE 11.4 has it all on offer, and if you’re really impatient there’s even a rolling updates repository in the form of Tumbleweed. Koen Vervloesem investigates…

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by Jos Poortvliet
openSUSE community manager, Jos Poortvliet, discusses Canonical’s heavy handed tactics over Banshee referrals, and wonders how an openSUSE Foundation might make an honest living in open source…

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by Jos Poortvliet
openSUSE community manager, Jos Poortvliet, talks about the latest in openSUSE projects and developments since the successful openSUSE Conference last October…

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by Russell Barnes
openSUSE Community Manager, Jos Poortvliet, recently interviewed Jeff Hawn, the Chairman and CEO of Attachmate Corporation about Attachmate’s intentions towards SUSE and openSUSE after the acquisition from Novell. Though Hawn’s plans should put a few minds at ease, there’s still quite a few unknowns to contend with, including the future of the openSUSE Conference…

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by Ken Hess
The official OpenSUSE 11.4 release is due out in March 2011 and there’s at least one very good reason to anticipate its arrival with excitement. Ken Hess explains all…

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