Michal Hrušecký

Author's details

Name: Michal Hrušecký
Date registered: January 5, 2011
URL: https://michal.hrusecky.net/
Jabber / Google Talk: michal@hrusecky.net

Latest posts

  1. Thinking about getting a smart watch — September 30, 2018
  2. Why I bought Turris MOX and why it is worth considering — May 14, 2018
  3. Honeypot as a service — February 23, 2018
  4. Running for re-election — January 18, 2017
  5. Turris Omnia and openSUSE — April 4, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. GSoC 2011 ideas – SaX 3 — 10 comments
  2. openSUSE @ ASUS Transformer — 8 comments
  3. osc client in Gentoo — 7 comments
  4. openSUSE on Android (chroot only) — 7 comments
  5. libyui in Gentoo — 7 comments

Author's posts listings

Dec
28

openSUSE Summit Asia 2015

Last year first ever openSUSE Summit Asia took place in Beijing. From all the reports it sounded really awesome and I regretted that I couldn’t go. This year, I was lucky enough to manage to go. I was selected to do a board keynote and I got some of my travel expenses sponsored by Travel… Continue reading »

Oct
05

Introducing OCTV – ownCloud + ARM + old TV

Do you remember my post about how Raspberry Pi revived my old TV? This is partially continuation of that post but also something new. Lets start with recap of what I did almost a year ago. I connected my Raspberry Pi to old CRT TV, installed video player and hacked together few CGI scripts to… Continue reading »

Mar
29

OBS Screensaver

Some of you might know that I was and in part still am a Gentoo user as well. I always found something reassuring in watching terminal with compilation going on. It is a nice sight. Compiler crunching all those sources and preparing something new for you. On some conference I even saw Gentoo guys showing… Continue reading »

Jan
29

Introducing ZXDB

Lately I have been playing a lot with some cool technologies. I had a lot of fun, so I want to share some of it and at least point you to the interesting pieces of technology to check out. And it also inspired me to my new project which I would like to introduce with… Continue reading »

Jan
04

Challenges in 2015

You might have noticed that I decided to run for the openSUSE Board. And as we shortly have a new year and everybody is evaluating the past and the future, I will do the similar, mainly focusing on few of the challenges that I see laying in front of the openSUSE Board in 2015. SUSE/openSUSE… Continue reading »

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