Projects in the topic python
Python is an interpreted, high-level and general-purpose programming language.


Learning & using Tensorflow to estimate patch installation times on SUSE Manager

an invention by PSuarezHernandez

Introduction

TensorFlow™ is an open-source software library for Machine Intelligence written on Python. It was originally developed by researchers and engineers working on the Google Brain Team within Google's Machine Intelligence research organization for the purposes of conducting machine learning and deep neural networks research, but the system is general enough to be applicable in a wide variety of other domains as well. (https://www.tensorflow.org/)

Updated over 2 years ago. 5 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Bugzilla Sync for Taiga

an idea by suntorytimed

What is Taiga? On the first view Taiga (taiga.io) is a open source Trello replacement. On the second it is way more than that. Taiga does offer a lot more integration into Scrum and Kanban Workflow than Trello could ever do (even if you would pay for all those neat power-ups). Taiga is offered as hosted and self-hosted (as it is completely open source) and does offer all features in payed and free accounts on the hosted solution. Unlike tools like Gitlab where there are premium features that are held back for the enterprise offering this tool is developed in the open (https://github.com/taigaio).

Updated over 2 years ago. 3 hacker ♥️. Has no hacker: grab it!

FATE sync for Taiga

an idea by suntorytimed

What is Taiga? On the first view Taiga (taiga.io) is a open source Trello replacement. On the second it is way more than that. Taiga does offer a lot more integration into Scrum and Kanban Workflow than Trello could ever do (even if you would pay for all those neat power-ups). Taiga is offered as hosted and self-hosted (as it is completely open source) and does offer all features in payed and free accounts on the hosted solution. Unlike tools like Gitlab where there are premium features that are held back for the enterprise offering this tool is developed in the open (https://github.com/taigaio).

Updated over 2 years ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 1 follower. Has no hacker: grab it!

Machine Learning: Participate in a competition on Kaggle

a project by mdinca

The goal is to learn about Kaggle and Machine Learning. Resources:

Updated about 3 years ago. 5 hacker ♥️.

Supportconfig improvements for SOC

a project by pedrivo

The supportconfig tool is a great resource for troubleshooting common system issues on SLES but its functionalities might not be enough to troubleshoot other issues related to cloud solutions. I would like to invite you to contribute on this project by creating new plugins/tools to complement supportconfig's great power and ease the troubleshooting process for SUSE Openstack Cloud product. Main goal:

Updated 4 months ago. 4 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Improve supplychain security in the build service

an idea by kbabioch

In the past I've worked on a set of scripts to identify potential for improvement of the supply chain within our build service. For now RPM files can be scanned for unused signature files that are available upstream and look for potentially unused https:// links, although they are available. These scripts work on a prototype-basis, but there is a lot of follow-up work to do, e.g.:

Updated almost 3 years ago. 1 hackers ♥️. 1 follower. Has no hacker: grab it!

Extend urlwatch to support monitoring of GitHub (and other git) repos

an idea by kbabioch

I'm currently using urlwatch to watch for new releases in upstream projects. It monitors the output of a URL and notifies you about any changes. This works fine for URLs, but there is currently no official support for GitHub. Due to the nature of the GitHub webpages, there is a some change each time you access the page and it is difficult to come up with the right set of filters. Since there is an official API that can be used to ask for changes in a particular repository, it would be nice if urlwatch had support for it. I've worked on a prototype in the past, but never came around to cleaning it up, and making it configurable through urlwatch's configuration files. Upstream is interested in this feature and is willing to merge it.

Updated about 3 years ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 1 follower. Has no hacker: grab it!

logorator: an offline internal analytics tool

a project by dleidi

There are customer use cases where sharing information via internet or uploading data somewhere is not acceptable for security reasons: this avoid the usage of some tool like the most famous Google Analytics, and prevent developers from understanding how the web application is used by the customers. I don't want to reinvent the wheel and re-implement a copy of Google Analytics, but getting inspired from it, the goal is to reuse information that we already have to extrapolate an analysis of the WebApp customer usage. I started this project with the aim of learning a programming language where I am not so comfortable yet (python). The purpose of this Hack Week project is to bring this basic tool at a minimal stable and usable state with the purpose of analyze the usage of a WebApp in scenarios where the WebApp is used in an internal network only (offline, disconnected from the internet).

Updated about 3 years ago. 2 hacker ♥️.

Learn python by building a homepage with Flask

an idea by mbrugger

I thought it would be time to learn a new programming language. I decided to go with python, as it's an all-rounder and I have some basic knowledge on that. The idea is to go through the Flask how-to and from there on start to implement my own homepage. This will introduce me to Python and web development at the same time.

Updated 8 months ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 2 followers. Has no hacker: grab it!

Cleanup backlog of Mediagoblin

a project by bbobrov

From the mediagoblin.org website: "MediaGoblin is a free software media publishing platform that anyone can run. You can think of it as a decentralized alternative to Flickr, YouTube, SoundCloud, etc."

Updated about 3 years ago. 1 hackers ♥️.

Telegram to RSS/Atom gate

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.

Updated almost 4 years ago. No love. Has no hacker: grab it!

Export "salt-toaster" tests execution profile to Prometheus

a project by PSuarezHernandez

"salt-toaster" allows you to test multiple Salt package flavors across different operating systems via Docker containers. This project is heavily used on the SUSE Manager team to hardening the Salt package that is shipped on the openSUSE/SLE distributions. Link to GitHub repository The "salt-toaster" execution is divided on different steps (image building, container spinning, salt key acceptance, tests execution, etc) but currently we only get the global results for the entire testsuite execution.

Updated about 3 years ago. 2 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Get Oni to work with pylint

an idea by cbosdonnat

Fix a few bugs within python-language-server and oni to get a reasonably good pylint integration. Attempted to packag oni, but all the nodeJS deps scared me for a first nodejs package

Updated over 2 years ago. No love. Has no hacker: grab it!

Porting Askbot to Python 3

a project by rbueker

During the last year Askbot, a question and answer oriented internet tool, similar to stack overflow has been tested for internal usage. The testing went well and it was decided to use the tool in a larger scope.

Updated about 3 years ago. 4 hacker ♥️. 3 followers.

Uyuni: improve spacewalk-repo-sync performance

a project by moio

Let's make reposync faster

Every day,

Updated 4 months ago. 8 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Evaluate mirrormanager (or mirrormanager2) for download.opensuse.org mirror management

a project by lrupp

As there is no progress around MIrrorPinky since 5 years now, let's say the project is dead and look for something different, which allows Mirror administrators to edit the settings of their own mirrors. The Fedora people developed a WebUI named mirrormanager for their admins - let's see if we can get it somehow connected to our MIrrorBrain database and use this as frontend instead.

Updated about 3 years ago. 1 hackers ♥️. 1 follower.

Run and manage your Ansible cluster using Salt!

a project by PSuarezHernandez

At SUSE we've implemented a module on Salt called ansiblegate which allows to run and manage your Ansible clusters using Salt. This a very powerful module that bring lot of value to Salt when the users are planning on migrating or starting to use Salt and they already have an existing Ansible infrastructure.

Updated about 3 years ago. 4 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Make "salt-toaster" available to be used outside SUSE

a project by PSuarezHernandez

The salt-toaster (https://github.com/openSUSE/salt-toaster) is a tool created and developed by SUSE employees that we've been using for testing Salt since few years ago. This tool uses pytest in combination with Docker containers to allow testing the multiple versions of the Salt codebase and as well as Salt packages across multiple distributions.

Updated almost 3 years ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Finish packaging Angr in OBS

a project by a_faerber

Following a FOSDEM presentation on Angr for binary analysis, I started packaging it in OBS. We've made progress on getting many missing Python dependencies into Tumbleweed already; remaining ones including claripy and angr itself.

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

openSUSE Leap release process improvements

an invention by lkocman

Goal: I'd like to have the release process defined in markdown/git and use it as a source for process creation in redmine.

Updated 4 months ago. 6 hacker ♥️. 6 followers.

Try to write simple rope-base Python language-server for LSP protocol

a project by mcepl

Future of tools supporting editors in dealing with particular languages is in my opinion in the LSP protocol. Therefore I look with a bit of worry on the fact that there is no good LSP server based on the top of rope. python-language-server uses it a bit internally, the Microsoft Language Server for Python is in C#, so it is completely something different. The goal of this project is to write a very simple nucleus of the LSP server based solely on rope for the language analysis and actions, which would be at least able to do “jump to the definition of a symbol”.

Updated over 2 years ago. No love. 1 follower.

Home assistant that doesn't spy on you - developer's edition

a project by DKarakasilis

There are various home assistant solutions out there but all of them transfer your voice to some server for processing. This is a no-go for sane people although the technology is interesting and could be useful. There are various open source tools out there to achieve the same result but there is no turn key open source self hosted solution. The goal of this project is to implement a way to have a home assistant running locally - ideally with one command. The project that is closer to the desired result is Mycroft (https://mycroft.ai/). It is very easy to run the client side components using one docker command but their backend is running remotely. All the tools they use though are open source so it only needs one to do the work and package them in a nice little docker-compose file (https://mycroft-ai.gitbook.io/docs/about-mycroft-ai/faq#can-mycroft-run-completely-offline-can-i-self-host-everything).

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

Write a commandline client for the geekos

an invention by dheidler

There used to be a tool called tel that would show information about a user including his phone number, room number, etc: $ tel tux

Updated over 2 years ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Testing and adding GNU/Linux distributions on Uyuni

a project by juliogonzalezgil

Join the Gitter channel! https://gitter.im/uyuni-project/hackweek

Updated about 9 hours ago. 8 hacker ♥️. 5 followers.

Uyuni/SUSE Manager: build Python APE and a Salt+Python bundle to support ANY client operating system

an idea by pagarcia

Uyuni/SUSE Manager build client tools for each of the supported operating systems: SLES 11, SLES 12, SLES 15, RHEL 6, RHEL 7, RHEL 8, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 20.04, Debian 9, Debian 10... the list is long. This is required because each operating system has different base libraries (glibc, OpenSSL, Python version, etc). A few months ago, the SUSE Manager development team started a (yet unfinished) research task to try to build Salt and all the required dependencies (minus glibc and OpenSSL, because it would break FIPS certification) so that we can always ship the latest version of Salt on each client operating system:

Updated over 1 year ago. 5 hacker ♥️. 4 followers. Has no hacker: grab it!