By default use a functioning version of Java
The "OpenJDK" version of Java is installed by default in openSUSE. This version of Java does not enjoy widespread compatibility. I have yet to find a site that properly works with this Java implemenaton and have promptly replaced it with a working Jave implemenation -- Sun.
The installation of the working Java plugin should be via the same mechanism that is employed to install Flash plugin upon the first update to the system (pullin-flash-player package).
Until the point in time it can be demonstrated that the OpenJDK implementation can work with >= 95% of Java applets encountered in "the real world" it should not be included by default in OpenSUSE. I think it is a way better out-of-box experiance for users to have to install Java (just like in Windows) vs. appear to have Java but "Java is broken in openSUSE" I doubt many non-technical users can understand the difference.
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