We are pleased to announce our Issue 203 of openSUSE Weekly News.
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Hello Mates! openSUSE Medical here!
Well i would to announce that â€œopenSUSE Medical Calling and also needs youâ€
a) Due to lack of time (iâ€™ve began my Master Studies abroad) iâ€™ve to give up from the project. I think that there are people who are able to lead the project and have more time available.
So â€œLooking for openSUSE Medical Next Leaderâ€
b) I have created two pages (according to the last meetingâ€™s goals) :
i) â€œSection Pageâ€ : http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Medical/section.html
ii) â€œParticipate Pageâ€ : http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Medical/participate.html
The process is you have a look at the Sections and then you declare your participation in the â€œParticipate Pageâ€ (according to the instructions given in the pages).
So the project needs you for:
a) â€œThe Next Project Leaderâ€
b) â€œParticipants for the Sectionsâ€
Anyone interested in (a) or (b) can reply to this e-mail or can post an e- mail to the firstname.lastname@example.org
The openSUSE Project announces the 1.0 release of the unique cross-distribution-capable, fully automated testing framework openQA. openQA is the only comprehensive testing tool which can run tests on every level of the OS, from core functionality like the bootloader and booting the kernel up to testing applications like Firefox and LibreOffice. It shows the results in a convenient web interface and allows testers to see screenshots and even videos of the issues found. openQA is used to run nightly tests of the ‘Factory’ development repository for the upcoming openSUSE 12.1 release. openQA is available under the GPL version 2 or later.