Yesterday was my last day as KDE e.V. Board Member. As you know I have been the KDE Treasurer since April 2012. I will keep being part of the Financial Working Group so I will be able to help my successor during the landing process and in the future. I still have some leftovers to … Continue reading Closing doors
As some of you know, the openSUSE Team at SUSE is publishing a series of proposals to the openSUSE community in several key areas of the project. The first of those mails tried to provide a general picture of the project based, among other sources, on the data mining done during these past few months. Many … Continue reading openSUSE 2016: taking a picture of openSUSE today
openSUSE 13.1 is about to be Released (Nov. 19th) and I would like to share what the team I am part of is doing.I joined SUSE in June 2012, almost 18 months ago. I haven't written much about anything during this time. And it haven't been because I hadn't time, but because I haven't have … Continue reading Summary about what the openSUSE Team @ SUSE is doing
La comunidad openSUSE celebra cada año un evento en el que los principales contribuidores participan en charlas y talleres junto a interesados y profesionales. Al tratarse de una distribución, la lista de temas que se tocan es muy amplia, desde administración de sistemas hasta aplicaciones web, pasando por empaquetado, marketing, hardware, traducción y, por supuesto, … Continue reading Abierto el plazo para la presentación de candidaturas para la celebración de la openSUSE Conference 2015.
Yesterday we created a new blog to communicate to our community and readers what do we do as a team within the openSUSE project. It is a collective effort and it will be part of our duties to create and publish contents for it.Its main goal is to talk about what we do so in … Continue reading Insides about the new openSUSE Team at SUSE blog