a record by hennevogel
Grab the workstation in the room behind the reception desk and make it a serve some dashboard framework like dashing to the TV at the reception desk and the network.
Things to display:
Resistance is Futile - Using zypper to "upgrade" CentOS/RHEL to openSUSE/SLES
a project by RBrownSUSE
zypper is magic
A number of experiments suggest that it may be feasible to run zypper from an openSUSE 'live' media against a 'foreign' RPM based OS installation (eg. CentOS) and then 'zypper dup' to openSUSE
Machinery Inspectors for RHEL Systems
a project by tgoettlicher
Machinery supports inspection of SLES11 and SLES12 systems right now. It would be beneficial to be able to also inspect RHEL systems for various reasons:
a project by djz88
Python is well known all over the world and has wide range of usage. Lets dive into to a bit.
Chromium/Chrome extension to always allow saving passwords
a record by thardeck
Chromium/Chrome is - unlike Firefox - not able to save the password for many sites. There is already one extension which should fix this but doesn't work and there is also the Chrome Lastpass extension which is not supposed to have this problem but since I don't really need the other features it is no option.
Webfrontend for who-is-an-expert-for at SUSE
a project by jloeser
Goal: You have a problem/question and don't know who could help you at SUSE?
Chromium/Chrome extension for SSL pinning
an idea by thardeck
Most browsers have more than 100 CA certificates (for example Firefox ~176) and everyone of them can sign certificates for any website. So if anyone of them is hacked, forced by law or just corrupt a man-in-the-middle attack is possible on any SSL connection.
A website to provide air pollution forecast in Beijing area
a project by tian-feng
Air Pollution Forecast
a project by cschum
Writing code is wonderful, but it gets its real value, when it's released and shipped to the world. You know the mantra: "Release early, release often". Releasing code is not hard, but it involves a lot of details, and you want to get them right, because a release is this public statement "Hey, it's done, it works, you can use it." and you can't take a release back, once it's out there. To help with releases there are tons of release scripts which try to automate things. But they usually are quite fragile in case something goes wrong and a pain to test and maintain.
Study Data Structures and Algorithms
an idea by qzhao
Study Data Structures and Algorithms
Agilify stale meetings
a project by fteodori
Distributed teams, cultural differences, expectations and habits are a natural enemy of vibrant, productive meetings (yes, meetings can be productive!). In this project I'd like to work on a different format and targeted exercises to provide ideas and a resource library to anyone interested in spicing up stale meetings. I am looking for your ideas, problems and examples - Feel free to join!
Diving into Qubes OS
a project by thardeck
What is Qubes OS
Qubes OS is an operating system based on Linux with security in mind.
Distillery (aka OpenDOC)
a project by sven15
SUSE has lots of information in a jungle of tools within the company network. We want to create a platform to extract and refine (distil) the available information and display it in a meaningful manner. The overarching goal is to make available data more accessible. The initial idea sparked in a Knowledge management workshop for the SUSE Documentation Team. A first, refined version was presented as OpenDoc at openSUSE Conference 2016
Evernote client (everpad/geeknote) for openSUSE
a record by mwilck
Evernote is a popular cloud-based note-taking application. It has the advantage of being available on many platforms, thus notes taken on an Android phone are readily available on the desktop, and vice versa. Unfortunately there's no official Evernote client for Linux. It can be used through its Web UI, but a more lightweight client would be desirable as well.
Looking for projects around:
Nothing at the moment