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Linux Kernel Development List for openSUSE

July 31st, 2007 by

We have a new mailing list: opensuse-kernel (subscribe via lists.opensuse.org).

This list is dedicated to the discussion of the openSUSE kernel development (Factory et al) and the kernels in the openSUSE Build Service. Packaging or openSUSE-specific patches (though hopefully rare and growing more so) are on-topic; general Linux kernel development is best served by the existing public lists (LKML et al).

openSUSE at LWE San Francisco

July 31st, 2007 by

Just a short/last reminder … We, Seth Arnold and /me, will be at LWE in San Francisco next week (06-09.08). You can find us at the .org pavilion, booth 20. If you are interested in Enterprise solutions, visit also the Novell booth, #702. We will show the latest alpha and of course we are there to talk with you about everything you always wanted to know about openSUSE. :-)

There will be also one talk about the openSUSE Build Service:
BOF8: OpenSUSE Build Service – Package Building Made Easy
8/07/2007 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

See you in San Francisco!
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Novell Open Audio: Hack Week in Review and Preview of KDE 4.0

July 28th, 2007 by

Novell Open Audio in its current episode features a retrospection of Hack Week including development site visit reports, awarded and other selected projects including this site. :-) In the second part, Will Stephenson of the KDE Team gets interviewed about the changes and architecture of the upcoming KDE 4.0. Seitdem schaue ich, was es so alles an podcasts hausarbeithilfe.com/doktorarbeit-schreiben-lassen/ gibt

Call for openSUSE Translations

July 27th, 2007 by

There have been several requests from community members on the mailing lists to join language teams for the languages Brazilian Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish and Traditional Chinese. We have now decided to open up the translation process completely and not put any restrictions on it. Therefore I invite you to create language teams for those eight languages mentioned above, join one of the existing teams or start a new language team for a language we currently do not support. If you’re interested, please mail on the opensuse-translation mailing list which team you like to create – or join!


Quickies: Alpha 7 Planned, Linux Foundation CTO, Homepage Relaunch

July 26th, 2007 by

As quickies we combine news not worthy of an own story: Next week, a public openSUSE 10.3 Alpha 7 will be released which previously was planned as internal Alpha 6+. SUSE veteran Markus Rex has been appointed chief technology officer of The Linux Foundation. As second site after openSUSE News, www.opensuse.org shines in our new design; all three sites it links to will see new functionality and/or design going live within the next days. As you can see in the screenshot below, in case of the white iphone 5, the background is white, apple logo and progress bar are black

SUSE-Art.org: Eye Candy for openSUSE

July 21st, 2007 by

SUSE-Art.org, part of the openDesktop.org network which evolved around the original KDE-Look.org site, went online recently after the Hack Week during which Frank Karlitschek worked on setting it up. Besides some generic content which is shared with its sisters exist categories like SUSE branded wallpapers, SUSE desktop screenshots and “SUSE Brainstorming” which allow you to share, comment and vote your contributions. Expert and business requirement of ccnp collaboration, exam dumps one way to make sure it employees has the necessary abilities https://justdomyhomework.com get my homework done and experience on current and new technological innovation is through ccnp collaboration, 300-075 exam dumps and coaching

Ars Technica: Novell Hack Week – An Experiment in Innovation

July 20th, 2007 by

Ars Technica features a four-page story about the recent Hack Week in the Novell Open Platform Solutions business unit (where most of Novell’s openSUSE contributors are employed). Together with a few invited community members the developers worked a whole week on ideas and projects on their own. The article includes a general coverage, an interview with the initiator Nat Friedman, presents some selected projects and asks their developers for their Hack Week resume. Businesses that spend in their employees through ccnp primary homework help online collaboration, coaching and certification will have more officially innovative employees able to reply to new difficulties faster

Announcing openSUSE 10.3 Alpha6

July 19th, 2007 by

openSUSE 10.3 Alpha6 has been released to the public today.

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Komunitas OpenSUSE Indonesia

July 19th, 2007 by

Vavai wrote me today about some great new web site about openSUSE

The openSUSE Community in Indonesia has released their blog. This blog will contain everything about OpenSUSE, ie : news, tutorial, article, how-to and much more in Bahasa Indonesia.

Thanks to Vavai and his friends for helping to make OpenSUSE an Indonesian mainstream distro.

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News.openSUSE.org Goes Live

July 19th, 2007 by

We are happy to announce our new news.opensuse.org website. This news portal will provide the latest openSUSE news. We will continue to send important announcements to the opensuse-announce mailing list, but they should also be added to this site as well.

Comments on the news articles is open for everybody, just for contributing new stories, you need to have an account. If you like to contribute, contact admin@opensuse.org – and if you like to submit a story without an account mail to news-submit@opensuse.org.

We also have a calendar (with .ical) for events and other important openSUSE events.

In general, for blogs of openSUSE folks, I’d like to point to the Planet SUSE agregator and say a big thank you to James Ogley for running this service for several years now!