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  • openSUSE Search

    During last two week I was among the other things investigating how to implement search through all openSUSE web pages. As part of our Umbrella project, we want to make all our webs look unified and search through all of them is a part of this goal. So what I tried and what are my… Continue reading »

  • Turris Omnia and openSUSE

    About two weeks ago I was on the annual openSUSE Board face to face meeting. It was great and you can read reports of what was going on in there on openSUSE project mailing list. In this post I would like to focus on my other agenda I had while coming to Nuremberg. Nuremberg is… Continue reading »

  • GSoC 2011 Ideas – Karma plugin for openSUSE Connect

    This post is about one idea for GSoC 2011 regarding openSUSE Connect. I already wrote about it some time ago, but now is time to elaborate a little bit more. First of all, let me state, that I already found a qualified student, that wants to work on this idea and that has also some… Continue reading »

  • My way of booting PiDrive (Raspberry Pi2)

    Some time ago I started playing with PiDrive project. I implemented an application that I think will be useful to people using it in the end – some simple IPv6 enabler/browser and DynDNS client. But I kinda cheated and implemented it on the ARM board I already had at home. Over the last week I… Continue reading »

  • Me, Raspberry Pi and old TV

    In September I visited Akademy in Brno. It was close and sounded interesting (and it was). I met there Bruno and Francoise and tried to help them a little bit with openSUSE booth they organized. It was cool, wasn’t sure how many people I will know there, but I met Cornelius on my way to… Continue reading »

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