Do you remember your first encounter?  The exact moment that solidified your love and you knew the two of you couldn’t live without each other?  Big, beautiful eyes that shined like diamonds.  A smile so bright that it could have been a candle.  Long, lean body built to grace the runways.  The relentless ability to adapt to any situation.  The amount of support given to ensure you succeed.  Can you remember the first time you fell in love with Geek-o and SUSE?

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Do you still remember it just like it were yesterday?  If so, we want to know!  Summarize when you knew you were in love by completing the line “It was #SUSELove at first sight when _______”, post to twitter and enter for your chance to win a $50 voucher to use at the SUSE merchandise store.  Don’t forget to include the hashtag #SUSELove.  Winners will be announced on Valentine’s Day (February 14th).  Spread the love!

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This entry was posted Monday, 6 February, 2017 at 5:01 pm
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  • klaustroeger says:

    It was #SUSELove at first sight when I saw the little Geeko in 1992 .. just check out my story at http://linuxstar.net 🙂

    Just to have my story outside Twitter safe, too 🙂

  • victorhck says:

    Since I don’t have Twitter account, I wanted to share here when I fall in love of SUSE (writing this with my openSUSE hat on! 😉 )

    #SUSELove at first sight when I was invited to a hackathon in Nuremberg in SUSE headquarters with other openSUSE members!!

    Was really a experience, and there I felt that SUSE really loves openSUSE. And as I love openSUSE must love SUSE too!!
    🙂

    Have a lot of fun!!

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