Jun 05 2015

UPDATED: Should OpenMandriva keep supporting i586?

That was the main question we asked OpenMandriva Association (OMA) Members and now want to ask all the community. The OMA members said Yes – Keep supporting it (56%), presenting as the main reasons that we need to keep supporting legacy technology that is still widely used around the world, specially in development countries that …

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Jun 05 2015

Look! It’s the OpenMandriva Council Election Results

The elections for the OpenMandriva Association Council are finished, counted the votes here are the results. To the nine persons that will integrate the OpenMandriva Council for the next two years – Klebedeff, Bero, RJadot, Rugyada, TPG, JCL, Itchka, Fedya and Avokhmin – Welcome!

May 30 2015

OpenMandriva Council Elections and i586 survey

Dear OpenMandriva Association Member, During this week the OpenMandriva Association (OMA) started the election of it’s council. It’s very important for all members to participate in the elections. OMA also started to listen the members on the i586 architecture usage. In 3 days from now the members voting on the topic will be over and …

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May 27 2015

Tribute to Mandrake

Good news everyone, a new version of OpenMandriva is ready to see the world in a few days, 2014.2 will soon bemaking its way to you. Listen out for details, features – and torrents! OpenMandriva‘s history is well known. It was born at the tail of 2012 with the help of the community and Mandriva SA to continue the work on the distribution after Mandriva SA could not  continue that. We thank Mandriva SA for their …

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May 19 2015

Have your say! New tutorials arrival coming soon

Update: our apologies to non-members!  Link for your ideas is now at the bottom of the post Hey everybody Please pay attention to this poll. If you are a user, a contributor, or if you “just yet watch” us for now, we would love to hear, which aspects of our development process (and other processes …

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May 09 2015

Raffle results, prizes arriving!

Hey guys and gals! Some time ago we ran a crowdfunding campaign to support our infrastructure, and along with perks for contributions, we announced 3 prizes for sharing information about the campaign on Facebook. Here come the winners! Congratulations! Clément Clarisse Mario Karl Moles Stephen Lemos Winners, please contact us in private message in Facebook or through join@openmandriva.org to …

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May 07 2015

Missing some good read? Have a look here

Great guys from Linux voice magazine have recently published another good report about FOSDEM, featuring OpenMandriva’s stand news as well. In case you missed the story – enjoy now!    

Apr 24 2015

Mixing the Ingredients Together – Announcing OpenMandriva Lx 3 Alpha

The OpenMandriva Community has been working hard, and after a long period of development and fixes, we’re happy to announce the alpha release of OpenMandriva Lx 3 (Einsteinium)! If you’re eager to jump in and try some of the new features from this release, you can download OpenMandriva Lx 3 Alpha at the following links: …

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Mar 25 2015

OpenMandriva website error? Please no worries! Update: all fixed!

Update: all fixed:) Enjoy as always! Hey folks Small technical announcement, the renewal of our website certificate is delayed 2-3 days due to technical payment issue on the provider side. Everything is in order, but during 2-3 days visiting our website with https will display an error (that can be simply ignored). No worries!:)   …

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Mar 05 2015

Last campaign days! Contribute now!

Hey folks! You were waiting to the last days to contribute to our funding campaign? These days have come, it is the chance to support infrastructure and popularization of your distro – and enjoy the perks we offer! Every contribution, no matter the size, counts! Thank you for your support! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/free-easy-and-secure-advanced-software-for-all/x/9281410#homeHey folks! You were waiting …

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