a project by sbrabec
/media was a very comfortable thing standardized by FHS. After introduction of desktop based udisks mounts, the directory became empty. Paths like /run/media/me/directory or /run/user/1000/gvfs are used nowadays. When used from a terminal, it is very uncomfortable. As mounts are private to users, the old style of /media use cannot be returned back. But with a kernel namespaces feature, it is possible to make private mounts, and each user can see a different contents of /media.
a project by krauselukas
My first hands-on machine learning using scikit-learn and tensorflow. If there is time in the end i would like to implement it into one of my existing projects by maybe processing some sensor data.
a project by darix
learn both and be awesome
an idea by nwmac
Create an app for iOS that shows Travis CI build status for my repos and uses push notifications to notify me when a build fails. Experiment with the native dev tools but also look at frameworks like React Native to speed development.
an idea by ta-ro
Install and test the documentation environment daps on Ubuntu.
a project by rmax
Join us in singing a capella — barbershop-style and others. Find us on RocketChat: #chameleon-harmonists
a project by RBrownSUSE
The incredible Neal Gompa has packaged Open Shift Origin (RH's core Docker + Kubernetes stack) for openSUSE Links:
a project by sschricker
As title says, I want to finish the Windows Subsystem for Linux images of SLES and Leap 15, which Fabian Vogt provided, so they can be shipped to the Windows Store.
a project by xgonzo
zypp-closure is a small helper tool making use of libzypp and the metadata of product repositories. The idea is to generate a dependency closure for a package or list of packages based on repositories metadata.
an idea by bbobrov
Telegram is a proprietary messenger that gained some popularity recently. It has FOSS client, API and binding for the API. It has private chats, group chats and "channels". Channels are content feeds. RSS allows users to access updates to online content in a standardized, computer-readable format.