The idea is getting a general knowledge of how QT Linguist works, and help FET with some translations.
FET is a timetable creator, that is available for openSUSE at https://en.opensuse.org/FET, and allows a user to create a timetable, usually for educational institutions, with a lot of different available constraints.
Explore the possibility to have a self sufficient frontend server running locally. This server would compile all the frontend code and act as a proxy/middleware pointing either for a dev ref-server or to a local SUMA instance. This way would be possible to do modifications in frontend even without having a SUMA server running locally.
I'd like to consider the possibilities for redesigning SUSE documentation. Mark Baker ("Every Page is Page One") says "include it all, filter it afterwards" which is the exact antithesis of what we currently offer. Let's consider how we can move documentation into the future: search driven, user friendly, accessible, and in line with the way our readers use the rest of the internet.
Yes this project is yet another project for creating a Suse Manager clone.
The motivation for that comes mainly from my need for a simple suse manager that i can easily run at home without the massive overhead involved in suse manager setup. Also since i mainly need to manage opensuse machines most of which are tumbleweed, suse managers repository model does not really work well in that case.
SUSE Manager uses an ivy repository on the R&D network to get the packaged jar to build against. To remove the manual maintenance of that repository and allow external contributors to hack the Java code of Uyuni / SUSE Manager we need to provide an Ivy plugin that gets the jars directly from OBS.
Last hackweekfiltra was created – a tool to extract information like lead and cycle times from Github repos for (but not limited to) projects that are doing Kanban. The collected metrics can then be visualized with Grafana.
Currently there are two problems with filtra:
Spacewalk is an open source Linux systems management solution. It is the upstream community project from which SUSE Manager and the Red Hat Network Satellite product are derived.
Spacewalk uses XHTML with a CSS stylesheet that has grown over the years.