This project is about advancing the tool you're currently browsing.
It got started back in Hack Week 9 to retire all the weird tools we've used in the past to track ideas. As you can see it has gone far but is still far from done. There are lots of features missing and bugs to be fixed on github. Get going!
www.opensuse.org is the single most accessed page in the SUSE/openSUSE universe. With 1.5 million visits per month it generates 2.5 million page views and has around 500 people on the page at any given time. Yet it's one of the oldest, crufty pages we have!
It doesn't concentrate on what it should do: Tell people about the distro so they download it. It's design is 5 years old, it's not mobile, it's not accessible. There is absolutely no interactive, engaging content at all and the technology used goes as far as a shell script/cron to update dynamic content.
Charon (ˈʃærən) is intended for communities of people, institutions or companies who blog. It aggregates all the feeds of the community into a single feed which all the participants can read to stay informed.
It's concept, a proven and popular communication method of the Free and Open Source Software community, and basic functionality is borrowed from the software planet. However, Charon adds a couple of nifty features like administration through your browser, user self-service, categories and personalized feeds.
Has no hacker:
Meet up NBG meeting room Paris with fellow Ruby on Rails hackers, throw an editor/shell onto the wall, grab a cup of coffee and refactor OSEM code together.
That way we can share knowledge about setting up the development environment, editor tricks, RSpec patterns, gems or general rails code. Interested? Join us!
Our company org chart consists mostly of teams + their project managers. teams.suse.com is an application that gives an overview about the various SUSE team resources like org-chart, office locations, mission descriptions, links to team pages/blogs etc. It should combine the various data sources that are already there (eguide, floor, externaltools etc.) and provide a way to enrich this data.
We've (mostly @cbruckmayer) put a significant amount of time into our performance measurement dashboards based on influx/grafana. I want to share this with the world because it's most awesome and easy to use. It's also nice if people don't go to some PaaS provider just for this...