According to the stats a hundred more packages are now compiled for openSUSE ARM, the factory version, which I'm using right now. So the latest update installed 60+ more packages ("zypper -v dup" installs any new "recommended" packages, as they become available).
As openSUSE users probably know, "factory" is the constantly evolving development version. This means, that there are updates every few days, which can break things, as you could read in this long forum thread. The good news is, that openSUSE 12.2 is now branched from factory, and packages for 12.2 are being built also for ARM. This should result in a much more stable ARM release in the coming weeks. Combine this with the upcoming 3.5 based Genesi kernel ( viewtopic.php?p=16581#p16581
), and there will be a fantastic new openSUSE ARM release in September :)