Project Description

The main idea is a framework to interact with openqa with a modern UI from within Emacs. From OpenQA someone needs to open multiple tabs to check a job, review settings, investigate etc

The whole workflow in emacs can be more smooth and productive without loosing focus from tab to tab. The idea is to present a flow similar to magit[2].

Some example: 1. in openqamode give <openqakey> list a list of options:

+-----------------------------------------------------------+ | [groups] | | ======= | | (t) for TW | | (l) for leap | | | | [Options] | | ======= | | (l) status | | (s) list fails | | (r) iso post | +-----------------------------------------------------------+

pressing (t) and then (l) it can open a buffer with the status of the whole group.

I hope you get the idea :)

This is interesting project for who ever likes to get his hands dirty and learn more about emacs and emacs-lisp

Goal for this Hackweek

  • Experiment with emacs-lisp
  • Provide UI prototype and PoC of some basic operations
  • have fun

Resources

https://openqa.opensuse.org/not_found https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B0043M56SW&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_HDN0AJ6KQFFH46R9DKNE

[2] https://magit.vc/

https://github.com/b10n1k/oqa

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This project is part of:

Hack Week 21

Activity

  • about 2 months ago: ybonatakis started this project.
  • about 2 months ago: ybonatakis originated this project.

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