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openSUSE at FOSDEM 2016

January 11th, 2016 by

Happy New Year Geekos

It is mid-January and in a few days is FOSDEM time again. openSUSE will be there once again to show the entire Free Open Source Software community what openSUSE has achieved this past year. This year FOSDEM will take place at ULB Campus Solbosch on Saturday, Jan. 30 and Sunday, Jan. 31. If you  have some time to contribute at the booth, we would like you to volunteer here

There will be plenty of swag and a specialty German brew from the beer capital of the world at the openSUSE booth to cure your weekend hangover(s).

FOSDEM is free and our openSUSE beer is 1€, so there is no excuse not to come see us and talk shop or talk about beer; we have experts in both at our booth.

For those of you lucky enough to live near Nuremberg, SUSE are sponsoring a coach bus that will be taking as many as they can from SUSE’s HQ in Nuremberg to Brussels. Most of the people on the bus are staying at the NH City Centre or NH Stephanie hotels, so picking a hotel near there will be most convenient you take the bus. The bus will be leaving *promptly* at 10 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 29, and returning late on Sunday, Jan. 31. (it’s a long drive, but a lot of fun). There are currently 14 seats available,please email Michael Haefner (mhaefner@suse.de) if you’re interested in coming along.

Visit openSUSE at FOSDEM

January 23rd, 2015 by

label_for-printFOSDEM is here once again and openSUSE will be there for all the madness that will take place next Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Geekos will discuss everything you want to know about Tumbleweed, Factory, YaST, Open Build Service, openQA and more. The openSUSE community will be there in full force to present to and develop with the open-source community.

On Sunday, Feb. 1 between 10:35 and 11:25 a.m., come see Stephan Kulow explain the development process and tools used to turn openSUSE Factory into Tumbleweed; if you are a distribution integrators, you won’t want to miss it.

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