The company plans to release a new prototype about every three months, and to launch the product in around a year's time – fall 2023. ®
Does that mean autumn? If so, can we use the term autumn? Thanks
As we reported back in July, the future direction of SUSE Linux Enterprise is starting to take shape, and it's containers all the way down. The Adaptable Linux Platform (ALP) prototype's internal version number is 0.01, so it has a long way to go yet, but it's ready for you to start experimenting. SUSE has already published …
"Autumn" is from the Latin, via French, and is not English at all.
"Fall" is from the Old English "feoll", and is very English indeed, although the time of year was more often referred to as "harvest", or hærfest, back then.
Pardon while I get back to work ... we're in the middle of crush at the moment. Cheers!
But feoll was a part of Old English right from the git-go. If that's not English, I don't know what is.
Remember, Modern English is mostly an amalgam of Celtic, Latin, Greek, Ænglisc ("Old English"), Saxon, Frisian, (old)Norse, (old(high)) German, (old)Dutch, and French. Not necessarily in that order.
Yes, there are other languages involved. I said "mostly" for a reason.
As a user of SUSE since 7.0 Pro (air) installed from 1.44 floppies and through all the openSUSE trials and tribulations, this will likely be the end of the line. The firestorm that erupted on the opensuse user's list regarding the bastardized (containerized) future showed close to 100% against. I'm not sure where the rosy projections of "some" might turn against it come from -- obviously from someone not on the openSUSE list. Sad. But, Arch has always been in the hip-pocket...