Projects in the topic opensuse
A FreeSoftware project promoting the use of Linux everywhere, working together as part of the worldwide community.

Containerized home mirror

a project by lkocman

I'm running a simple home mirror, but I managed to get into a situation where I have to use a bunch of custom excludes. I think we should be able to offer what people want nowadays.\

Updated 5 months ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 5 followers.

Update Haskell ecosystem in Tumbleweed to GHC-9.6.x

a project by psimons

Project Description

We are currently at GHC-9.4.x, which a bit old. So I'd like to take a shot at the latest version of the compiler, GHC-9.6.x. This is gonna be interesting because the new version requires major updates to all kinds of libraries and base packages, which typically means patching lots of packages to make them build again. A significant part of the development effort will be live-streamed on Twitch so that others can collaborate easily.

Updated 8 months ago. No love. 3 followers.

Apple Silicon openSUSE spin

a project by vgrinco

Project Description

The folks at Asahi linux have been working on porting linux on the Apple Silicon. In a recent blog post they announced they will be joining forces with Fedora on releasing a Fedora Asahi Remix. I would be happy to see this level of collaboration between Asahi and openSUSE community, too.

Updated 8 months ago. 9 hacker ♥️. 5 followers.

Basic calendar interface for upcoming openSUSE meetings

a project by lkocman

Project Description

The openSUSE Project has a problem, not enough people are engaged in the development. In order to fix this, we need a less obscure way to learn about contributing. One of the ways to do that is enabling people to discover various open meetings that happen for planning of various areas of project progress.

Updated 5 months ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 4 followers.

Investigate zypper/openSUSE repository refresh optimisations

an invention by dirkmueller

Project Description

For a few months, openSUSE community has the ability to host the openSUSE rpm repositories on a commercial CDN and it is in a slowly rolling out phase. There are however remaining potential bottlenecks and optimisation opportunities. My goal for this hack week is to investigate them and make reasonable progress on resolving them.

Updated 4 months ago. 1 hackers ♥️. 4 followers.