openQA Package Testing

a project by RBrownSUSE

openQA has a well earned reputation as a 'full system' testing tool, able to test a system end-to-end from the operating system to it's applications on a number of different platforms and architectures, including VM's & Bare Metal. But one area of weakness is it's usefulness as a testing tool for developers or packagers. openQA can easily test a package once it's INSIDE a distribution, but how do you test that package BEFORE submitting it to the distribution?

Updated over 2 years ago. 13 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Dangerous voyage in openSUSE Infrastructure sea.

a project by mcaj

Well the see of openSUSE Infrastructure has been unrest and need our attention. I would like to invite you for this cruise trip.

Updated over 2 years ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 3 followers.

Migrate suntorytimed/resourcespace container to an openSUSE base

a project by suntorytimed

Project Description

For quite some time I am providing a ResourceSpace container on Docker Hub. It is meanwhile pulled about 234K times but unfortunately still based on Ubuntu. Meanwhile I have updated the base to Ubuntu 20.04, but I would like to move it to openSUSE instead. With ResourceSpace 9.5 coming out soon I see a possibility of introducing this switch. Enno Gotthold also did a great job of packaging ResourceSpace on OBS, so this could be used as a starting point for the container.

Updated 9 months ago. 2 hacker ♥️. 2 followers.

Get the new SUSE Floor ready to use!

a project by rsalevsky

The new SUSE Floor is nearly done. The core functionality is already implemented and only some basic features are left.<br> <br>

Updated over 2 years ago. 14 hacker ♥️.

Without data this is just an opinion (SCC Analytics)

an invention by digitaltomm

Research on BI tools to crawl eg. SCC data. This is an internal project, tracked at SUSE Confluence.

Updated about 1 year ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 2 followers.

Investigate debuginfod & cores from SLES

a project by alnovak

It's not always straightforward to open a core dump originating from customer's environment, since there's a wide variety of versions of all the binaries involved - usual workflow is to install a VM with the SP that the customer is using, enable debuginfo repositories and then follow the buildid hints that gdb is providing. However this sounds like a bit of an overkill. Lately, there has been a debuginfod project announced:

Updated almost 2 years ago. 2 hacker ♥️. 3 followers.

Package odpdown

a project by jgrassler

I have been known to talk anybody I held presentations with into using odpdown. That was always a little awkward, since it started off with pip install odpdown, rather than zypper install odpdown. I want to fix this awkwardness and package odpdown properly so it can be installed as a RPM package. I'll also include the auxiliary infrastructure I've added around it over the years (various Makefiles and scripts for generating transcripts from comments) to the package so others can benefit from that stuff, too.

Updated 9 months ago. 2 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

document/blog commit -> container workflow

an idea by hennevogel

we have fresh containers for every commit for OBS. document/blog how to do this with a couple of examples (ruby, go, rust, C)

Updated 9 months ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 2 followers. Has no hacker: grab it!

Performance profile and possibly improve Jitsi web client

an invention by mkoutny

Project Description

I run openSUSE TW and FF with i7-5600U Intel CPU. Calls with ~4 (video) participants work but my CPU load is approaching number of cores. In slightly bigger calls (>=6 participants) the CPU load was insufficient and audio packets were being dropped. I'd like learn more about webrtc video streams in order to reduce the client's CPU work or make it more adaptive when running with limited resources.

Updated 8 months ago. 5 hacker ♥️. 3 followers.

Deploy vm with libiscsi and iPXE

a project by rfan1

Description: Libiscsi:

Updated 8 months ago. 2 hacker ♥️. 3 followers.