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It was just announced that openFATE, openSUSE’s feature tracking system, will now be open to non openSUSE members.  What this means anyone can submit new feature requests.  For more info: […]

Some great news was just announced!  The openSUSE project opened its Factory repo up to anyone in the community that would like to directly help maintain, support, and/or contribute to […]

ok, since I got the request here is the xen image (32 bit only).  I’ll apologize now for the fact that I don’t currently have a way to test this […]

This is just a short blog entry to show off a quick sneak peek at the new iFolder UI if you haven’t been brave enough to install the new packages.

Well, the packages finally built and I was finally able  to build a new appliance.  So, the changes: I’ve added the iscsi packages to the images.  This includes the yast […]

Just recently my work team took a week off for Innovation Time Off (ITO).  Our team split up into 3 groups to work on various non work related open source […]

Just around the corner is the openSUSE Community Week, May 11 – 17, 2009.  This will be a week of total awesomeness!  I highly recommend stopping by and learning as […]

For those that haven’t heard I’ve been working at Novell on a11y (accessibility). The area that I focus on is the build stuff. We finally have 3 major projects in […]

Just a quick post letting everyone know that there is a release party here in Provo, Utah. The link with details is here. We don’t have a sponsor for pizza […]

Gimp 2.6 for openSUSE 11.0

I just finished packaging gimp 2.6 for openSUSE 11.0 last night and figured I’d share it with the rest of you. Sorry, I couldn’t find the 1 click logo stuff […]