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Jan 11 2014

Our first release: 15 000 downloads!

Hi there:)

Here are some OpenMandriva facts for those who are back from holidays; for the unfortunate lot who didn’t get a chance to break, we wish the facts cheer you up!

Our first release, 2013.0, has been downloaded almost 15,000 times until now, and we are glad that you enjoyed it!

Top five downloads are from:

1. Poland (almost 20% of all downloads)
2. Italy
3. Brazil
4. United States of America
5. France

In case you do not have it yet, download it now! http://openmandriva.org/en/download_lx

“What an absolute brilliant release. It’s everything the streamline OS should be. Lightning quick, the most attractive layout ever, very cleverly organized and customize friendly! I’m extremely impressed. Kudos Team.”

Distrowatch:

OpenMandriva Lx is a community project which is derived from the Mandriva Linux distribution. Mandriva has a long history and, for much of its life, the project’s future has been uncertain. In recent years this uncertainty has resulted in several projects forking the Mandriva code base and striking out on their own. OpenMandriva’s first release carries the version number 2013.0 and seems to be fairly conservative in terms of features. It looks as though the project is sticking close to the original Mandriva base for now, using this first release as an opportunity to get all the necessary infrastructure in place. There appears to be just one edition of OpenMandriva 2013.0 and it ships as a live disc with the KDE 4.11 desktop. The distribution is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit builds for the x86 architecture. The download for OpenMandriva is approximately 1.5 GB in size.

Minor issues of style aside, I think OpenMandriva is a good desktop distribution. It doesn’t feel all that different from Mandriva or Mageia, nor do I think it is designed to be different — at least not yet. I suspect, over time, this fork will grow and develop in new directions. For now OpenMandriva is a friendly, stable, capable distribution that holds up the tradition of its close relatives in the Mandriva/Mageia community. It may not, as of yet, hold any special characteristics over its cousins, but it doesn’t appear to be held back by any unique problem either.”

See full review here: http://distrowatch.com/weekly.php?issue=20131209#feature

Hallo zusammen!

Hind sind einige OpenMandriva Fakten, für diejenigen, die zurück aus den Ferien kommen. Für diejenigen, die keine Pause bekommen haben, hoffen wir, dass die Fakten für gute Stimmung sorgen!

Unsere erste Veröffentlichung, 2013.0,  wurde fast 15,000 Mal bis heute heruntergeladen und wir freuen uns, dass ihr Freude daran habt.

Top 5 Downloads kommen aus

1. Polen (almost 20% of all downloads)
2. Italien
3. Brasilien
4. USA
5. Frankreich

Nur für den Fall, dass Ihr es noch nicht habt, ladet es hier herunter! http://openmandriva.org/en/download_lx

“What an absolute brilliant release. It’s everything the streamline OS should be. Lightning quick, the most attractive layout ever, very cleverly organized and customize friendly! I’m extremely impressed. Kudos Team.”

Distrowatch:

OpenMandriva Lx is a community project which is derived from the Mandriva Linux distribution. Mandriva has a long history and, for much of its life, the project’s future has been uncertain. In recent years this uncertainty has resulted in several projects forking the Mandriva code base and striking out on their own. OpenMandriva’s first release carries the version number 2013.0 and seems to be fairly conservative in terms of features. It looks as though the project is sticking close to the original Mandriva base for now, using this first release as an opportunity to get all the necessary infrastructure in place. There appears to be just one edition of OpenMandriva 2013.0 and it ships as a live disc with the KDE 4.11 desktop. The distribution is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit builds for the x86 architecture. The download for OpenMandriva is approximately 1.5 GB in size.

Minor issues of style aside, I think OpenMandriva is a good desktop distribution. It doesn’t feel all that different from Mandriva or Mageia, nor do I think it is designed to be different — at least not yet. I suspect, over time, this fork will grow and develop in new directions. For now OpenMandriva is a friendly, stable, capable distribution that holds up the tradition of its close relatives in the Mandriva/Mageia community. It may not, as of yet, hold any special characteristics over its cousins, but it doesn’t appear to be held back by any unique problem either.”

Den kompletten Bericht findet ihr hier: http://distrowatch.com/weekly.php?issue=20131209#feature

Bonjour à tous 🙂

Voici quelques faits concernant OpenMandriva pour ceux qui reviennent de vacances; pour les infortunés n’ayant pas eu cette chance, nous espérons que ces éléments vous remonterons le moral !

Notre première version, 2013.0, a été téléchargée presque 15 000 fois jusqu’à maintenant et nous sommes ravis que vous l’ayez appréciée !

Les 5 zones de téléchargements les plus fréquentes :

1. Pologne (presque 20%)
2. Italie
3. Brésil
4. USA
5. France

Si vousne l’avez pas déjà, téléchargez-là maintenant !

« Quelle superbe version. C’est ce que tout système d’exploitation rationnel devrait être. Rapide comme l’éclair, la mise en page plus attrayante que jamais, très habilement organisée et personnalisée de façon sympa ! Je suis très impressionné. Bravo l’équipe »

Distrowatch:

OpenMandriva
Lx
est un projet communautaire dérivé de la distribution Mandriva Linux. Mandriva a une longue histoire et, pour une grande partie de sa vie, l’avenir du projet a été incertain. Au cours des dernières années, cette incertitude a entraîné plusieurs projets dérivant de la base du code Mandriva et volant de leur propres ailes. La première release OpenMandriva porte le numéro de version 2013.0 et semble être assez conservatrice en termes de fonctionnalités. Il semble que le projet reste proche de la base Mandriva originale pour le moment, en utilisant cette première version comme une occasion d’obtenir toute l’infrastructure nécessaire en place. Il semble qu’il n’y aura qu’une seule édition d’ OpenMandriva 2013.0 et elle est livrée comme un disque live avec le bureau KDE 4.11. La distribution est disponible dans les versions 32 bits et 64 bits pour l’architecture x86. Le téléchargement d’ OpenMandriva est d’environ 1,5 Go.
[…]
En dehors de problèmes de style mineurs, je pense qu’OpenMandriva est une bonne distribution de bureau. On ne la sent pas du tout différente de Mandriva ou Mageia, et je pense pas qu’elle soit conçue pour être différente – du moins pas encore. Je soupçonne, qu’au fil du temps, cette branche grandira et se développera dans de nouvelles directions. Pour l’instant OpenMandriva est une distribution sympathique, stable et robuste qui garde la tradition de ses proches parents dans la communauté Mandriva / Mageia. Elle n’a pas, pour le moment, de caractéristiques particulière par rapport à ses cousines, mais elle ne semble pas non plus freinée par un problème particulier”.

Voir le commentaire ici: http://distrowatch.com/weekly.php?issue=20131209#feature

Trad: jclLa nostra prima release, OpenMandriva Lx 2013.0, è stata scaricata circa 15.000 volte fino ad oggi e noi siamo felici che gli utenti l’abbiano apprezzata!

I cinque paesi in testa alla classifica dei downloads sono:

1. Polonia (quasi il 20% del totale)
2. Italia
3. Brasile
4. Stati Uniti
5. Francia

Chi non l’avesse ancora fatto e desidera scaricarla adesso può trovare tutti i link a questo indirizzo: http://openmandriva.org/en/download_lx

Dicono di noi (in inglese):

“What an absolute brilliant release. It’s everything the streamline OS should be. Lightning quick, the most attractive layout ever, very cleverly organized and customize friendly! I’m extremely impressed. Kudos Team.”

Distrowatch:
OpenMandriva Lx is a community project which is derived from the Mandriva Linux distribution. Mandriva has a long history and, for much of its life, the project’s future has been uncertain. In recent years this uncertainty has resulted in several projects forking the Mandriva code base and striking out on their own. OpenMandriva’s first release carries the version number 2013.0 and seems to be fairly conservative in terms of features. It looks as though the project is sticking close to the original Mandriva base for now, using this first release as an opportunity to get all the necessary infrastructure in place. There appears to be just one edition of OpenMandriva 2013.0 and it ships as a live disc with the KDE 4.11 desktop. The distribution is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit builds for the x86 architecture. The download for OpenMandriva is approximately 1.5 GB in size.
[…]
Minor issues of style aside, I think OpenMandriva is a good desktop distribution. It doesn’t feel all that different from Mandriva or Mageia, nor do I think it is designed to be different — at least not yet. I suspect, over time, this fork will grow and develop in new directions. For now OpenMandriva is a friendly, stable, capable distribution that holds up the tradition of its close relatives in the Mandriva/Mageia community. It may not, as of yet, hold any special characteristics over its cousins, but it doesn’t appear to be held back by any unique problem either.”

L’articolo completo su DW qui: http://distrowatch.com/weekly.php?issue=20131209#feature

 

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