The openSUSE Community Week is going strong! Monday kicked off with a number of really informative and well-attended sessions on GNOME, KDE, testing, packaging, and more. Tuesday is even more chock full of fun, with more sessions and plenty of openSUSE contributors on hand. If you want to get involved in openSUSE there’s no time like the present!
Our community week is a chance to get people from around the world together at the same time to focus on specific topics, and to transfer knowledge about openSUSE to help grow our teams. The idea is to cover topics to improve our community by broadening our knowledge, and to enable new contributors to openSUSE and open source.
openSUSE Community Week runs from through May 17. openSUSE Community Week is a chance to get people from around the world together at the same time to focus on specific topics, and to transfer knowledge about openSUSE to help grow our teams.
The idea is to cover topics to empower ourselves as a community by broadening our knowledge, and to enable new contributors to openSUSE and open source.
As a reminder — all sessions are being held in IRC. If you need help getting started with IRC, see the openSUSE wiki for more. The entire week’s schedule can be found on the wiki. Here’s an overview of Tuesday’s events:
- GNOME Patch Tagging and Upstream Day from 08:00 to 22:00 UTC in #opensuse-gnome on Freenode.
- KDE Administration and Internals from 16:00 to 17:00 UTC in #opensuse-kde on Freenode, and general discussion in #opensuse-kde the rest of the day.
- Marketing Team: Working on openSUSE 11.2 launch plan in #opensuse-marketing on Freenode from 13:00 UTC to 22:00 UTC.
- Features: Getting started with openFate from 12:00 to 14:00 UTC in #opensuse-project on Freenode.
- Packaging: Creating a package step by step at 15:00 UTC. Hands on session! Don’t miss it, in #opensuse-buildservice.
- How to get started with Testing and QA at 11:00 UTC to 13:00 UTC in #opensuse-testing on Freenode.
- openSUSE wiki “cleanup” from 13:00 UTC to 22:00 UTC in #opensuse-wiki on Freenode.
And there will be plenty of openSUSE contributors in #opensuse-project for general questions about openSUSE and getting started as a contributor. Also, the Education Project will have general discussion on Tuesday in #openSUSE-edu on Freenode from 09:00 to 15:00 UTC.
Join us Tuesday in IRC and Have a Lot of Fun!
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