Setup Nextcloud for SUSE R&D
a record by lrupp
A Nextcloud installation with access from the outside might cover a lot of needs from development. Especially (not limited, but sometimes mentioned in conversations): * Calendaring
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."
play with coreboot
a project by bmwiedemann
We got two old mainboards and hope we can get at least one of them to boot linux from coreboot. 1. ASUS M4A785TD-V SPI flash with DIP-8 socket
Bring /media directory back
a project by sbrabec
/media was a very comfortable thing standardized by FHS. After introduction of desktop based udisks mounts, the directory became empty. Paths like /run/media/me/directory or /run/user/1000/gvfs are used nowadays. When used from a terminal, it is very uncomfortable. As mounts are private to users, the old style of /media use cannot be returned back. But with a kernel namespaces feature, it is possible to make private mounts, and each user can see a different contents of /media.
Add missing packages to openSUSE/PackageHub for VFX Reference Platform
a project by suntorytimed
What is the VFX Reference Platform? https://www.vfxplatform.com/FAQ/
Uyuni: improve spacewalk-repo-sync performance
a project by moio
Let's make reposync faster
Distribution source code repository/browser
an idea by mkoutny
Motivation: You know a particular function name and would like to know which package(s) it comes from. Approximation: It is possible to search in code on Github hoping for a match in upstream repo not being too far from our distro.
Implement GNOME Software's Distribution Upgrade in Leap(and possibly Tumbleweed)
a project by JonathanKang
GNOME Software supports distribution upgrade, that only requires a few clicks for upgrading your system. But it's not integrated into Leap. So this is that I plan to do this Hack Week.
Graphics support for SGI Octane
a project by tsbogend
With the approach of kernel 5.6 SGI Octanes are supported with builtin IO components. What's missing for a graphics workstation is a driver for the graphics card. There is already a not upstreamed framebuffer driver for Impact graphic cards. Since there will be no new framebuffer driver accepted upstream, the goal of this project is to convert the existing frame buffer driver to a DRM driver and make it ready to be sent upstream.
Looking for projects around:
Nothing at the moment