The stage is set for the 14th annual Southern California Linux Expo in Pasadena, Calif., this week and openSUSE will be apart of the scheduled entertainment and tech talks.
openSUSE will have a booth at the event with several experts that can answer questions attendees of SCALE have related to open source and openSUSE. Learn about Tumbleweed, Leap, YaST, the Open Build Service and more.
The chameleon enthusiast will also participate in several of the evening events. openSUSE will contribute to the Game Night on Saturday at 8 p.m., so come play games and talk with open-source enthusiast.
Two talks scheduled for Saturday at 6 p.m. are openSUSE related. Mark Fasheh, a Linux kernel developer for SUSE Labs, will have a talk about de-duplication on btrfs, which is the default file system for openSUSE, and I will talk about automated testing with openQA.
Fasheh will also provide a short introduction on duperemove tool on Thursday. Later that evening, Bryan Lunduke will entertain and fall short of any reasonable thoughts in his Linux Sucks tour. Lunduke will also join his fellow tech pundits from Bad Voltage to have a Live show on Friday at 8 p.m.
There is much more to see at SCALE and tons of entertainment. Cya you there. Have a lot of fun!!