a project by whdu
PXEAT (stand for PXE Administration Tool) is a tool to easily deploy and manage PXE service. It's NOT a tool for automatic deployment. It can enable user to add their own PXE items by themselves, but of course, very limited for security reasons. The tool will be developed with the light-weight framework - flask, as well as a sqlite database.
a project by fsundermeyer
DAPS is the tool used by the SUSE documentation team to generate HTML, ePUB, PDF, ... output of the SUSE manuals from DocBook XML sources. It uses the suse-xsl-stylesheets for this purpose. Currently three different suse-xsl-stylesheet brands exist: SUSE, DAPS, openSUSE. Branding is done by adjusting the xsl-stylesheets directly. It would be desirable to be able to easily change the branding, e.g. via a simple config file in the style of /etc/sysconfig files, since most people cannot hack XSLT. This is also the number one enhancement request we get from DAPS users outside of SUSE.
a project by jfehlig
openvswitch is used by cloud infrastructure (e.g. OpenStack) and software defined networking stacks, often in conjunction with KVM and Xen compute resources. When creating workloads on KVM compute resources, orchestration services can specify the openvswitch interfaceid and port-profile of the workload's virtual interface(s). E.g. orchestration can create workload configuration containing
a project by xgonzo
Geeko's Hack Week Gazette - Nürnberg Edition Provide a daily news mail what is going on during Hack Week
a project by benjamin_poirier
Read in a crash or oops-style backtrace and access DWARF information to output the current content of the stack and registers in term of symbols, and the the crash commands to dump/pretty print them. In other words, when looking at a crash dump, answer the questions "Which variable is currently stored in $rax? What is the structure of the stack? Which variable is stored at $rsp+16?"
Status at the end of hackweek 10
a project by snwint
Make a final attempt to implement a graphical user interface for grub2 (gfxboot2).
It's quite some work, unfortunately. Here's what's done so far:
a project by a_faerber
While in the past MIPS boards were either low-end PIC32 or found in routers running OpenWRT at most, Imagination themselves have recently released the Creator CI20 board (Ingenic, MIPS32) running Debian. And the Shield Pro (previously iGuardian) kickstarter project (Octeon-III, MIPS64) promises to become a playground for testing KVM hardware virtualization. Porting openSUSE to MIPS will involve setting up an OBS instance linked to Factory (update: done) and cross-compiling a set of packages for an initial bootstrap (update: in progress). Maybe this can be scripted to some degree, as there will be some overlap with the ARM ILP32 port project.
a project by shundhammer
This is about porting the old KDE 3 based KDirstat to the latest Qt 5. KDirStat didn't use that much KDE infrastructure to begin with, and KDE seems to be more and more a moving target. Project repo and web site with more details:
a project by asemen
Linux Certification Preparation Preparation for different Linux Certification:
a project by fteodori
Distributed teams, cultural differences, expectations and habits are a natural enemy of vibrant, productive meetings (yes, meetings can be productive!). In this project I'd like to work on a different format and targeted exercises to provide ideas and a resource library to anyone interested in spicing up stale meetings. I am looking for your ideas, problems and examples - Feel free to join!