The openSUSE Project has announced a contest for a new logo as well as for the Tumbleweed, Leap, Slowroll, and Kalpa variants.
Discover Agama: openSUSE's ALP release's next-gen installer. A successor to YaST, it promises a refined installation experience.
The immutable openSUSE Leap Micro 5.5 is out with SELinux enhancements, Quadlet for Podman, and an improved Cockpit management interface.
In an online poll to change openSUSE Slowroll's name in favor of another, users voted to keep it. Here's more on that.
openSUSE's Slowroll ponders a new identity, while the Tumbleweed users are the first enjoying the new GNOME 45.
With ALP and Slowroll on the horizon, openSUSE users may feel lost in translation. Don't! Here are the answers and what lies ahead.
SUSE has issued an official statement in response to the growing concern in Open Source circles due to Red Hat's actions. Here's what they said.
This guide shows you the step-by-step process to upgrade to openSUSE Leap 15.5 from Leap 15.4 to enjoy the latest features and improvements!
Plasma 5.27.4, Xfce 4.18, Linux kernel 5.14, and tons of improvements are among the new features in openSUSE Leap 15.5. Here's what's new!
openSUSE devs are considering renaming the MicroOS Desktop edition to another to make distinguishing between its various products easier.