We are pleased to announce our Issue 187 from openSUSE Weekly News.
Archive for August, 2011
From Friday the 15th to Sunday the 17th of July Lizards and other FOSS enthusiasts were gathered at Katerini for the 1st Greek openSUSE Collaboration Summer weekend Camp.
The whole event started at the Hotel pool where all met before the actual beginning of the event . After everybody that was expected came, the talks started.
Fridays talks were more related to the openSUSE local community. Efstathios Iosifidis and Kostas Koudaras presented Lokalize and gtranslator and show people how useful tool those are. Efstathios Agrapidis along with Stella Rouzi presented how you can help the community by translating the openSUSE weekly news. (more…)
As you know, the third international openSUSE Conference is happening in a couple of weeks from now, you already should be registered! For the organization team this means that we are really picking up pace now and start to feel dizzy. One of the reasons for that is that we are short on helping hands. We especially miss “boots on the ground“, we need your help!
Being a boot on the ground means we need people to help us at the conference in September. There is no special knowledge about the location or other details needed. So far we have 5 tasks where we desperately need people to help out. Venue setup, Registration Desk, Session Chairs and the Snack Bar. Read on to learn how you can contribute to the success of the conference.
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The emphasis will be on testing whether bugs reported for older versions are still in the current milestone. They will be fixed if possible, or updated to reflect the fact that they still exist.
All individuals interested in making the next openSUSE release be an exceptionally good release are welcome. As we get closer to the Open-Bug-Day, more specific instructions will be posted. As usual, we will have special on-line tools to help you select a bug for investigation. Coordination of the bug testing will be through the TCT’s IRC channel on the Freenode IRC Network (irc://irc.freenode.net/opensuse-testing).
For details, check the wiki page.