openSUSE 13.2: green light to freedom!
Dear contributors, friends and fans:
openSUSE 13.2 is out!
After one year on continuous improvement in the tools and procedures and many
hours of developing, packaging, testing and fixing issues a new stable release
is here providing the best that Free and Open Source has to offer with our
special green touch: stable, innovative and fun!
This is the first release after the change in the openSUSE development mode,
with a much shorter stabilization phase thanks to the extensive testing done in
a daily basis in the rolling distribution used now as a base for openSUSE stable
releases. The perfect balance between innovation and stability with the great
level of freedom of choice that openSUSE users are used to.
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