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[12 Nov 2009 | No Comment | 954 supporters]
OpenSuSE 11.2 is out now

The openSUSE Project, a worldwide project sponsored by Novell, announced today that openSUSE 11.2 is immediately available for download at http://software.opensuse.org. openSUSE is a secure and stable Linux-based operating system that is easy to use and includes everything needed to get started with Linux on the desktop or server. The openSUSE distribution provides the foundation for the award-winning SUSE Linux Enterprise from Novell.
What’s New in openSUSE 11.2
openSUSE is an excellent Linux distribution not only for experienced Linux users, but also for users who are new to Linux and interested in …

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[30 Mar 2008 | No Comment | 736 supporters]

OpenOffice.org announces the release of version 2.4 with 9 new chart features, 5 PDF export enhancements, text to columns in Calc, rectangular selection in Writer, bug fixes, performance improvements, improvements supporting the growing library of extensions such as 3D OpenGL transitions in Impress, and much more.
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[20 Mar 2008 | No Comment | 734 supporters]

Putrajaya, 19th March 2008 – The Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management
Planning Unit (MAMPU), today officially adopts a policy to migrate to the OpenOffice.org
open source productivity suite. This is in line with the Malaysian Public Sector Open
Source Master Plan, which calls for government agencies to reduce costs, increase freedom
of choice and interoperability.
From April 1st, MAMPU will start adopting the OpenDocument Format (ODF), standard for all
new documents created. ODF the ISO open standard for electronic documents is also the
default format for OpenOffice.org. The agency …