Home / User-Blogs / Saigkill's Backtrace / openSUSE Weekly News, Ausgabe 121 wurde veröffentlicht!

openSUSE Weekly News, Ausgabe 121 wurde veröffentlicht!

openSUSE Weekly News, Ausgabe 121 wurde veröffentlicht!

→ Zum Blog von Sascha Manns

Wir freuen uns, die neue Ausgabe 121 zu veröffentlichen.

Verfügbar unter: http://bit.ly/cu4rHN

Momentan steht die Ausgabe nur in englisch zu Verfügung. Weitere Sprachen sind bald hier einsehbar.

* 1 Editors Note
* 2 Status Updates
o 2.1 Distribution
+ 2.1.1 Bugzilla
* 3 Team Reports
o 3.1 Build Service Team
+ 3.1.1 Build Team Meeting
+ 3.1.2 Build Service Statistics
o 3.2 KDE Team
+ 3.2.1 Klaas Freitag: KDE Finance Apps Group Spring Sprint
+ 3.2.2 Guillaume DE BURE (gdebure): KDE Finance Sprint, take 2
o 3.3 Mono Team
+ 3.3.1 Miguel de Icaza: Mono's C# Compiler as a Service on Windows
+ 3.3.2 Miguel de Icaza: MonoTouch and Apple's Section 3.3.1: Two Theories
o 3.4 openFATE Team
+ 3.4.1 Support C project on KDevelop4
+ 3.4.2 add primary user to floppy and cdrom
+ 3.4.3 Handle variables in repo files similar to yum
+ 3.4.4 Make "unpublish" files and removing files from :full tree easy
+ 3.4.5 zypper in $REPO:$PACKAGE should initiate vendor change
+ 3.4.6 Statistics
o 3.5 Testing Team
+ 3.5.1 Larry Finger: Weekly Minutes from the Testing Team
o 3.6 Translation Team
+ 3.6.1 Localization
o 3.7 Wiki-Team
+ 3.7.1 Rajko Matovic: Amusing when you realize
* 4 In the Community
o 4.1 Andrew Wafaa: Another outlet for openSUSE TV
o 4.2 openSUSE TV: openSUSE Conference 2009 - openSUSE and ARM: GSoC and Beyond
o 4.3 openSUSE TV: openSUSE Conference 2009 - Build Your Own Linux Distribution During Your Lunch Break
o 4.4 openSUSE TV: Create your own Linux Distribution
o 4.5 openSUSE TV: openSUSE Conference 2009 - OBS and Cross Platform Packaging
o 4.6 Joe Brockmeier: Counting down to Pengicon
o 4.7 openSUSE TV: openSUSE Conference 2009 - Visualizing Package Dependencies
o 4.8 openSUSE TV: openSUSE Conference 2009 - Making Banshee Scream Cross-Platform
o 4.9 openSUSE TV: openSUSE Conference 2009 - Experiences with Linux kernel development in openSUSE
o 4.10 openSUSE TV: openSUSE Conference 2009 - Samba and openSUSE
o 4.11 openSUSE TV: openSUSE Conference 2009 - Closing Keynote: Open Development in the trenches. A decade at the Apache Software Foundation
o 4.12 openSUSE TV: openSUSE Conference 2009 - Legal Aspects of Distribution Development
o 4.13 Events
o 4.14 openSUSE for your ears
o 4.15 From Ambassadors
+ 4.15.1 Alex Barrios: First round of pictures from the FLISOL Venezuela
+ 4.15.2 Michal Hrusecky: LinuxExpo 2010
+ 4.15.3 Jigish Gohil: Trophy from IBM Develothon 2010
+ 4.15.4 Raul Libório: FLISOL - Salvador/Bahia - Brazil
o 4.16 openSUSE in $COUNTRY
o 4.17 Communication
o 4.18 Contributors
* 5 New/Updated Applications @ openSUSE
o 5.1 OBS/Petr Mladek: OpenOffice_org 3.2.1 beta3 available for openSUSE
o 5.2 Packman: ogre 1.7.1-0.pm.1.1
o 5.3 Packman: aMuleAdu-CVS 3.14b3-20.pm.20.5
o 5.4 Packman: Miro 3.0.1-1.pm.1.3
* 6 Security Updates
o 6.1 SUSE Security Summary Report: SUSE-SR:2010:010
* 7 Kernel Review
o 7.1 h-online/Thorsten Leemhuis: Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.34 (Part 2) - File Systems
* 8 Tips and Tricks
o 8.1 For Desktop Users
+ 8.1.1 Make Tech Easier/Tavis J. Hampton: How to Use KDE’s Clipboard and Klipper App
o 8.2 For Commandline/Script Newbies
+ 8.2.1 ITworld/Sandra Henry-Stocker: How-To: Grep Tricks for Linux Users
o 8.3 For Developers and Programmers
+ 8.3.1 Stefan Seyfried: Rebuilding a single kernel module
o 8.4 For System Administrators
+ 8.4.1 Petr Baudis: Fixing NTP Refusing to Sync
+ 8.4.2 Dedoimedo.com: Collecting and analyzing Linux kernel crashes - crash
* 9 Planet SUSE
o 9.1 Jakub Steiner: Symbolic Moment
o 9.2 Shayon Mukherjee: Part 1 – openSUSE team categorization
o 9.3 Michael Andres: libzyppp-7.4: Cleanup when deleting packages
o 9.4 Klaus Kämpf: Satsolver bindings documentation available
* 10 openSUSE Forums
o 10.1 Partitioner gone Haywire
o 10.2 Kaffeine not working.
o 10.3 Updater hangs, Can't Update.
o 10.4 A Success Story
* 11 On the Web
o 11.1 Announcement
+ 11.1.1 KDE.news/Andreas Pakulat: KDevelop 4.0 Stable Released into the Wild
o 11.2 Reports
+ 11.2.1 ars technica/Ryan Paul: MeeGo mobile Linux will also do laptops and desktops
+ 11.2.2 LinuxPlanet/Joe Brockmeier: NetworkManager a Solid Tool with New Features
+ 11.2.3 IBM developerWorks/Roderick W. Smith: Linux on 4KB-sector disks: Practical advice
+ 11.2.4 Siliconrepublic/John Kennedy: Novell claims to have hit 5,000 Linux app jackpot
+ 11.2.5 Ostatic/Joe Brockmeier: Interview with Mercurial's Matt Mackall
o 11.3 Reviews and Essays
+ 11.3.1 Journal of an Open Sourcesee/OgMaciel: GNOME: Week in Review: April 18th – 23rd, 2010
+ 11.3.2 h-online: The H Week - Microsoft's Android patents, HP gets Palm, Symantec gets PGP and Ubuntu 10.04 arrives
o 11.4 Warning!
+ 11.4.1 US-CERT Cyber Security Alert SA10-103C -- Adobe Reader and Acrobat Vulnerabilities
* 12 Feedback / Communicate / Get Involved
* 13 Credits
* 14 Translations

Bookmark and Share

Kommentare

1872 Hits
Wertung: 89 Punkte (7 Stimmen)

Schlecht Gut

Infos zum Autor

Thats me

Sascha Manns

Ich arbeite bei der open-slx GmbH als Community & Support Agent.
Im Rahmen dessen unterstütze ich die openSUSE Community z.B. durch die Herausgabe der deutschen und englischen Weekly News, sowie einem deutschsprachigen Podcast.
Weitere Infos: http://saigkill.homelinux.net

Zum Blog von Sascha Manns →