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OpenSUSE 10.3 beta and build service app

By   |  August 13, 2007

To mark the second birthday of the openSUSE project, the community program last week celebrated with two announcements – the availability of the first beta of openSUSE 10.3 and the growth of the openSUSE Build Service with a new end-user interface.

The openSUSE Build Service is a framework that provides an infrastructure for software developers to create and compile packages for multiple [1]Linux[/1] distributions. It addresses the problem that developers have in providing their software across multiple Linux platforms.

The development team released the first version of the build service’s end-user interface, with which users of any openSUSE, SUSE Linux Enterprise, Fedora, Debian, [2]Ubuntu[/2] or Mandriva distribution can search and browse new software for their distribution.

In the past four months, more than 13 million packages have been downloaded from the openSUSE Build Service. Currently there are more than 700 projects and 20 000 software packages available.

"We appreciate all the contributions the community has made to the openSUSE project during the past two years," said Michael Loeffler, openSUSE product manager at [3]Novell[/3]. "The goal of the openSUSE project is to promote the use of Linux everywhere, and our strong community of developers, testers, writers, translators, artists and users have  been instrumental in creating one of the world’s best Linux distributions.

"And as we seek to streamline and improve collaboration between all Linux developers, the openSUSE Build Service has changed the way packages have been built," he said.

The openSUSE Build Service is completely open source, giving developers and users free and full access to build their choice of Linux packages, whether based on openSUSE, SUSE Linux Enterprise, Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu or other projects.

The openSUSE Build Service can be downloaded from

The new end-user interface can be downloaded from

The first beta of openSUSE 10.3 is now available at


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