Hack Week 0x10 will be Nov. 10 – 16 at many of the SUSE Research and Development locations and developers and hackers from the community are welcomed to participate.
Hack Week is a week-long event where members of the openSUSE community, along with other communities, get a chance to investigate interesting technologies and get involved in promising new or existing projects.
The event focuses not only on building and expanding technology, but brings people with similar interests together to hack for fun. There are several successful stories that have come from previous Hack Weeks like Jangouts, which is open-source video conferencing software.
The planning of the projects for Hack Week 0x10 can be created on http://hackweek.suse.com. Hackers who want to participate can also join existing projects. One example of a project that has already be created putting openSUSE on Chromebooks.
Visitors must be logged in to the website to create and join projects. To join the event at one of the locations, email firstname.lastname@example.org to be connected to a site manager at an SUSE R&D facility.
To learn more about Hack Week 0x10, visit https://hackweek.suse.com/about.
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