As many of you know, Novell has a free (as in beer and speech) community distribution (which has been known as "SUSE Linux," and for better clarity is now transitioning to use the name "openSUSE"). For enterprise administrators, the cool thing about the community distribution is that it lets you stay on the cusp of open source innovation, giving you a chance to excercise some of the features and functionality the next version of SUSE Linux Enterprise. So, some Cool Blog coverage of openSUSE should be a nice addition.
During my visit to Nuremberg last week, a couple people on the openSUSE team requested accounts on Cool Blogs. This week we welcome Sonja Krause Harder, Andreas Jaeger, and Martin Larsarsch (as heard recently on Novell Open Audio). I'll allow each of them to fill you in on their roles within the openSUSE project.