But the company has not forgotten to put out one thing which has marked that conference since 2015 – a parody video, extolling the virtues of open source software.
SUSE, which will hold its next annual conference in April 2019, has published its
I’m SUSE Now Hallelujah
video, a parody of
by Stevie Wonder and Ariana Grande.
As with all previous efforts, the Hallelujah video is professionally crafted. It focuses on the company’s mascot – the chameleon.
The lyrics are, as always, directed towards geeks and nerds. They would not mean much to the average individual.
I’m SUSE Now Hallelujah follows a string of videos made by the company since 2015, when it released a parody of Bruno Mars’ blockbuster hit
This was to mark the release of technology for live kernel patching.
In 2016, there was a parody of Justin Timberlake’s
Can’t Stop the Feeling
with the title
Can’t Stop the SUSE
And last year, at its conference in Prague, SUSE released two videos – one to mark its 25th year titled
, a parody of
, and the second, titled
, was based on
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