The openSUSE Project, through Jos Poortvliet, announced a few minutes ago the immediate availability for download and testing of the second Milestone release of the upcoming openSUSE 12.2 operating system. Delayed 10 days, the openSUSE 12.2 Milestone 2 release was actually made available for download on the openSUSE server a couple of... (read more)
The openSUSE Project, through Will Stephenson, announced a few hours ago, November 8, the immediate availability for download and testing of the first Milestone release of the upcoming openSUSE 12.3 operating system. openSUSE 12.3 Milestone 1 is now available for testing, bringing lots of new features, updated packages and numerous bugfixes.
openSUSE 12.3 Milestone 2 was released two days ago, a month after Milestone 1 was released. The final edition, openSUSE 12.3, is not expected until around the ides of March 2013, so a milestone release offers a good opportunity to see what goodies will be on the final version.
I haven’t used openSUSE since version 7.3, when it was still called SuSE Linux.
On September 1st, the openSUSE team released the latest milestone for openSUSE 12.1. This brings the openSUSE 12.1 release closer to replacing standard SysV init with systemd, and closer to GNOME 3.2. Check it out!
openSUSE 11.3 is shaping up and the sixth milestone snapshot has now been released. openSUSE 11.3 Milestone 6 comes with a lot of bug fixes, but little in terms of new features. This late in the development cycle, the focus has been on stability and squashing bugs. There is one more milestone release planned, coming later this month, and then it's ...
openSUSE is pleased to announce that the newest Milestone for the upcoming version of openSUSE 13.1. is available for testing. As early version, it is expected that this Milestone is not fully functional or very stable and we welcome bug reports and fixes for the issues.
Those following openSUSE development closely probably know that the 2nd milestone on the way to openSUSE 12.2 was planned for the beginning of this week. And indeed you can now download it from software.opensuse.org/developer. As usual, a list of the most annoying bugs is being maintained and you can see the list of bugs and/or file a new one in Bugzilla.