an idea by dmacvicar
There are lot of packages that can't be hosted on the Build Service. The idea would be a tool where you can say:
a project by dmuhamedagic
In case any of the source files changed, openSUSE Build Service rebuilds the dependent packages regardless of whether that particular modification affects the dependency. This makes our resources footprint bigger (and the electrical power bills higher). It also affects users, because every new package build causes the package manager to include that package in the next update thus consuming network bandwidth and resources of users' computers.
Current OBS controls for package rebuild triggers
an invention by psimons
We need statistical analysis and key performance indicators to describe the lifetime of maintenance and release requests in IBS, for example: - How long does an update take starting from the time the first maintenance request is created and stopping at the time the update is released to customers?
a project by jfehlig
Most developers are comfortable with the workflows of git hosting services like gitlab and github, including their CI/CD capabilities. This project aims to experiment with new downstream package development and maintenance workflows based on upstream git repositories cloned at gitlab.suse.de. I'll be using the libvirt package for these experiments since it typically contains a healthy mixture of downstream-only patches along with upstream cherry picks.
a project by tbazant
daps (https://opensuse.github.io/daps/) is now part of debian/ubuntu repositories. the problem is that its old version that supports DocBook up to 5.0 The aim of this project is to bring up-to-date daps infrastructure to debian/ubuntu, including DocBook 5.2, geekodoc, vale and maybe others