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Old 05-03-2013, 09:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Interview with the openSUSE derivative FuSE Linux Team: Working upstream is extremely importan


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openSUSE is one of the few very few 'original' GNU/Linux distributions which are driving some of the core developments in the free software world, whether it be the kernel or office suite like LibreOffice. openSUSE also offers one of the most polished GNU/Linux experience. So when a team of developers decided to create an openSUSE derivative, tentatively called FuSE Linux, curiosity rose what value will they add to the already awesome distribution? I reached out to the team with a set of questions. Here is the interview with Mark “Kigurame Gallifrey” van Tinteren and the FuSE team.

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