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YaST IRC Channel and Workshop Results

October 22nd, 2007 by

The YaST team had last week a workshop and the participants are now updating the openSUSE wiki with their slides and comments.

Lukas announced that the YaST team is opening up their development further:

During the YaST workshop last week, the developers have decided to use the current #yast channel on irc.freenode.net as our official one. In a few days, you will be able to find most of internal YaST developers there – and we hope, more and more external as well :)

So how to talk with YaST developers online? Simply click on the link above, or:

  • Install some IRC client and run it…
  • Use these settings:
    • /server irc.freenode.net
    • /join #yast

We still don’t have any “YaST IRC Client” ;) Not yet!

Besides the #yast channel, there are more that are used by the openSUSE project, for details check the openSUSE wiki.
Have a nice day && a lot of fun!

Lukas and Andreas

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One Response to “YaST IRC Channel and Workshop Results”

  1. Robert

    I am an end user,and i would prefer if you integrate yast with kde control center,or the opposit.
    we have too many configuration tools.we need to goup them into one.also,yast is slow,when it comes to qt written programs.