a project by bear454
Feeling very comfortable with your (open)SUSE desktop? Don't get too comfortable; there's a lot of innovation out there. Try living in a different system for a few days, and see if you can find some innovative paradigms to bring back 'home' with you. Here's a few suggestions: * Feeling really crazy? Try Windows 8
an idea by locilka
It has probably already happened to you: Creating volume /dev/sda2 failed with error -1008 Did it tell anything useful to you? Maybe if Storage gave you some more info, you could have continued, fix the problem by yourself.
a project by ancorgs
The current Jangouts UI is limiting us when thinking about adding new features. Some examples: * This (using the whole thumbnail to pin a participant) was implemented, but the result is far from optimal (I have not even deployed it in production).
a project by aocole
Create a site where users can post their desired epitaph * You can post your desired/aspirational epitaph and keep it updated
an invention by IGonzalezSosa
For some of us, Jangouts has become a tool we use everyday. It works (most of the time) and it helps to reduce the impact of having a distributed team. In the past, Jangouts developers were busy making it to work. But, unfortunately, they didn't pay attention to UX. So the idea of this project is to invest some time trying to improve usability and make Jangouts looks better.
an idea by dmacvicar
Most of design is done still with a embarrassing amount of data. Having released software for decades, we still don't know exactly what module is the most used, what workflows the customers are following, where do customers fail. It is all guesses and opinions. The idea of this project is to research:
an idea by suntorytimed
Better support for Chromebooks Chromebooks do have very limited hardware in terms of storage and RAM. But it is still the cheapest solution to a truly open source notebook, as it allows to replace its coreboot based bootloader with your own coreboot and payload (f.e. Tiano Core or Seabios).
an idea by vpereirabr
Exactly what problem will this solve? The project monitor page is currently based on a table with search and filter.
an idea by hennevogel
Terminal CSS perfectly transports the Hack Week vibe for me. Let's port this page!
a project by flavio_castelli
Chimera is a Kubernetes policy engine. Its policies are WebAssembly modules, that can be published on regular OCI registries (same place where container images are pushed).